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How Farmer Boys is adapting the menu for delivery and other top trends

Listen as Karen Eadon, Farmer Boys’ president and COO, tells "Menu Feed" how the chain is staying true to its farm-to-table mission as it expands beyond its California roots.
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Farmer Boys was a pioneer in the farm-to-table movement when it was founded more than 35 years ago. Listen as Karen Eadon, Farmer Boys’ president and COO, tells "Menu Feed" how the chain is staying true to that mission as it expands beyond its California roots and adapts its burger-and-breakfast-focused menu to today’s tastes and consumer demands.

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