MINNEAPOLIS Haagen-Dazs, the 250-unit frozen treat chain, said Friday it planned to grow its business by scooping up opportunities resulting from the recession. An abundance of prime real estate and favorable lease terms, the many people with business experience who are looking to get into franchising, and strong brand recognition will help the brand accomplish its goal of growing 10 percent annually, said Dawn Uremovich, president of Haagen-Dazs Shops.“One of the things that ...
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