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The former Sonic marketing executive has held several leadership positions with Applebee’s and Kraft.
In a warning letter, the agency tells the sandwich chain it must put steps in place to stop receiving and selling potentially “adulterated” vegetables, particularly sprouts and cucumber.
Inspire Brands, which also owns Buffalo Wild Wings, Sonic and Jimmy John's, has trademarked some brand names for shared kitchens for takeout and delivery.
The nationwide rollout of the fast-casual chain’s Freaky Fast Rewards program follows a six-month test that enrolled 1.8 million members.
The Little John sandwiches sell for $3 and are about an inch and a half smaller than the chain’s traditional offerings.
The parent of Arby’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Sonic and Jimmy John’s has promoted one of its founding executives.
The presence of growing operating companies will continue to put pressure on stand-alone chains to get larger, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Founder Jimmy John Liautaud to step down as chairman as the sandwich chain is folded into the multi-brand company.
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