Cafe is chain's second to allow pay-what-you-can pricing
The Panera Bread Foundation this week opened its second non-profit, pay-what-you-can cafe in Dearborn, Mich., and has plans to open a third location in Portland, Ore., early next year. The foundation, created by Panera Bread co-founder Ron Shaich, debuted the first non-profit Panera Cares Cafe in Clayton, Mo., in May, encouraging customers “to take what they need and leave their fair share.” “One of the goals of this charitable program is to ensure that everyone who needs ...
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