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A look at the future of Bojangles

A Deeper Dive: Jose Armario, CEO of the fast-food chicken chain, joins the podcast to talk about the brand’s performance and its future, including the direction of its menu. Also: Pizza, Corner Bakery's bankruptcy and M&A.

What is the future of Bojangles?

This week’s episode of the Restaurant Business podcast A Deeper Dive features Jose Armario, the CEO of the 800-unit chicken chain.

Armario took over the chain after it was sold in 2018 to Durational Capital Management, and he takes time to discuss how the chain did last year. He also discusses the brand’s future, including plans to expand well beyond its Southeastern roots.

And he reveals some interesting information about the company’s menu as it looks to expand into new markets.

In addition, some thoughts on pizza fatigue, the Corner Bakery bankruptcy and M&A markets.

We’re talking chicken on the podcast so check it out.

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