Seattle-based Organic To Go is poised to go, go, go this year, after winning a federal bankruptcy court auction for most of the assets belonging to the sandwich-and-soup chain Briazz. Organic To Go, the grab-and-go retail format, with stores in Seattle and Issaquah, Wash., acquired the inventory, furniture, fixtures, equipment and vehicles at 12 of Briazz's 15 locations: three in Seattle; three in Bellevue, Wash.; three in Los Angeles; and three in Orange County, Calif. The accepted bid was ...
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