BURLINGTON Vt. Bruegger's is looking to expand into the New York City market, the chain's chief executive said Friday. Jim Greco, president and chief executive of the 280-unit bakery-cafe chain, said a New York-based franchisee plans to open 15 stores in the city over the next seven years. The first store will likely be located in midtown Manhattan, in or near Times Square, he said. “We’re shooting for this year although it’s getting a little late in the ...

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