LOUISVILLE Ky. Papa John’s International Inc. said earlier this month it would reduce the price it charges operators for cheese and explore ways to provide financial assistance during the credit freeze. —Joining the growing number of restaurant franchisors looking for ways to ease economic pressures on franchisees, Papa John’s, parent of the 3,317-unit pizza chain based here, already has rolled back cheese prices for the final two months ...

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