Nestle Toll House Café by Chip is among several U.S. restaurant chains expanding to the Middle East. The Dallas-based restaurant opened its first unit in that region in 2010 in Beirut, Lebanon. Lebanon native Ziad Dalal, chief executive and founder of Nestle Toll House Café and its parent company, Crest Foods Inc., launched the concept in Dallas in 2000 after selling his Frullati brand. The company has since expanded its licensed Nestle product line beyond the signature ...

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