TROY, Ohio -- In a series of acquisitions designed to open up a whole new market, Hobart Corp. here is providing equipment and support services to in-store bakeries. "The plan has really been evolving over the past 12 to 14 months," said David Casto, president of Hobart U.S.'s food retail division. "Just about every time we were positioned to externalize the strategy, we would refine and make more changes." The company, long-established in the supermarket deli and food service, was drawn ...

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