Moe’s Southwest Grill has signed a deal to sell a line of branded products at BJ’s Wholesale Clubs, joining a growing list of restaurant chains that have taken their brands to supermarket shelves. Moe’s, a 420-unit fast-casual chain, said its agreement with BJ’s is the first time it has gotten involved in licensing and selling its products in retail locations. The deal includes 17 products, including dips, appetizers, pre-sliced vegetables, soups, salsas and salad ...
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