The Panera Bread Foundation will be opening at least two additional donate-what-you-wish Panera Cares restaurants later this year, bringing the total to five in its non-profit program. The program, which launched in Clayton, Mo., in May 2010, has expanded to Panera Cares stores in Dearborn, Mich., and Portland, Ore. The next openings, at sites yet to be disclosed, will be in early summer and mid-fall, said Kate Antonacci, project manager for Panera Cares, which is operated as a ...

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