Business is all about family for Anthony Ackil and Jon Olinto, longtime friends and co-founders of the seven-unit b.good chain. Loyal customers of the quick-service concept, which specializes in all-natural, hand-packed burgers, hand-cut fries and local salads, are called “cousins.” New units and other additions to the business are called “babies.” And the name honors Ackil’s Uncle Faris, a great cook who often reminded the men, who have known each other since ...
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