PHILADELPHIA -- Le Bus Bakery here, looking toward expanding its business with supermarkets, has begun construction on a new facility that will increase its production space nearly tenfold and give it new capabilities. Based on growth since it began wholesaling its fresh baked-everyday breads five years ago, the company is looking for ways to expand its business, and nation-wide distribution is one of them, officials said. The new 30,000-square-foot plant in Gulf Mills, Pa., will replace ...

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