COLUMBUS Ohio Bob Evans Farms Inc., which operates 709 restaurants under two brands, said Wednesday it expects to swing to a loss in its fiscal third quarter on a $75.6 million impairment charge against its casual-dining Mimi’s Café brand. Quarterly same-store sales also hurt the company, with drops of 1.3 percent at the company’s Bob Evans family-dining brand, and 6.8 percent at Mimi’s Cafe, the company reported. For the third quarter ended Jan. 23, Bob Evans said it expected to ...
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