GOLDEN, Colo. -- Boston Chicken, working under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, has found a possible new profit center in the supermarket. The operator of Boston Market restaurants has announced a 10-year agreement with H.J. Heinz Co., Pittsburgh, to license its family of trademarks to Heinz for the worldwide manufacture and sale of packaged grocery food products. The trademarks include Boston Market, Boston Chicken, and Boston Market Home Style Foods, according to Karen Rugen, spokeswoman ...

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