Panera Bread has opened its fourth nonprofit Panera Cares café, converting one of its most tenured restaurants in Chicago into the pay-what-you-can model to benefit food-insecure guests in that city’s Lakeview neighborhood. The newest Panera Cares location, run by the Panera Cares Foundation, joins similar nonprofit units in Clayton, Mo.; Dearborn, Mich.; and Portland, Ore. RELATED • Panera Bread adds more Panera Cares restaurants • Panera co-CEOs Ron ...

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