ATLANTA -- No man is an island, and neither is a quick-service beverage concept. That is the attitude officials at Blimpie International are taking as they roll out Smoothie Island this month, the sub sandwich chain's latest food-service enterprise under its newly formed Maui Tacos subsidiary based here. Besides co-branding the fresh-beverage concept with existing Blimpie Subs & Salads and future Maui Tacos units, the company is targeting non-traditional outlets, such as supermarkets ...

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