Panera Bread Co. intends to remove artificial additives and preservatives from its menu by the end of 2016, the company said Tuesday. The St. Louis-based bakery-café chain, with more than 1,800 units, issued a comprehensive food policy that also called for making its menu more transparent in its ingredients and creating a positive impact on the food system. The company said it intends its food policy to be a roadmap for improvement and accountability. “Panera was founded on ...
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