Bob Evans Farms Inc. reported a 31-percent improvement in net income for the third quarter of fiscal 2012, due in large part to cost-saving and sales-building initiatives that helped its Bob Evans and Mimi’s Café brands improve food and labor costs. For the Jan. 27-ended quarter, Bob Evans Farms had a net income of $20.26 million, compared with $15.47 million a year earlier. Restaurant sales for the quarter totaled $337.3 million, down slightly from $337.7 million a year ...

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