Bob Evans Farms Inc. has no plans to spin off Mimi’s Café, its struggling casual-dining brand, company officials told securities analysts during its second-quarter earnings call Wednesday. Mimi’s is hoping for a turnaround based on menu initiatives similar to those implemented at Bob Evans’ namesake family-dining chain, chief executive Steve Davis said. “There’s no deadline, but we’re very rigorous about all our assets,” Davis said. “We ...
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