BATON ROUGE, La. -- Independent retailer Hi Nabor here will expand its home-meal replacement strategy with chilled meals in self-service, building on a partnership it has with a regionally popular cafeteria chain. Scheduled to be in place by the middle of this month, the chilled-meals program is an offshoot of Piccadilly Express, the in-store program operated by the partner, Piccadilly Cafeterias, a 130-unit cafeteria chain also based here. A three-unit independent, Hi Nabor was the first ...
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