Pinkberry had an unfortunate visit from a couple of mice at one of its New York City units this summer, and the incident was caught on tape and made the local news. Ever since, the Los Angeles-based treat shop operator has been vigilant in protecting its four New York units from further unwelcome visits. All openings in the walls of each store, no matter how small, have been sealed, sometimes with steel caps, said Dane Morrissey, area director for 4sunkids inc., Pinkberry’s New York ...

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