Café Spice is a brand of Indian meals manufactured in New Windsor, N.Y., for retail stores like Whole Foods. The company also operates seven quick-service outlets throughout the Northeast, including a flagship unit in New York City’s Grand Central Station, said Sameer Malhotra, Café Spice vice president. When Café Spice began opening outlets on college campuses, global contract feeder Sodexo Inc. took note. In March, Sodexo announced a master retail license ...
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