Cinnabon, the 25-year-old quick-service chain known for its proprietary cinnamon rolls, is reinventing itself as a bakery-café concept complete with breakfast and lunch service as well as an expanded beverage program. Egg sandwiches in the morning, espresso-based beverages and panini-type sandwiches for lunch are set for test this summer, according to the chain’s president, Gary Bales, who spoke with Nation’s Restaurant News Thursday. The repositioning of the ...
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