SAN FRANCISCO Pasta Pomodoro, a regional full-service chain owned in part by Wendy’s International Inc., is shortening its name to Pomodoro at 25 units in its home market here as part of an update that also involves menu changes and the adoption of a new wine program. The chain’s 18 units elsewhere operate under the name Pomodoro Cucina Italiana. Eventually all will adopt the shorter Pomodoro branding, as well as the expanded menu and new wine service, said Matthew Cross, vice ...

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