BATON ROUGE, LA. Piccadilly Cafeterias filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors in 2003, the general consensus among observers was that the buffet of opportunities to set the company back on track was sparse. But one idea conceived by executives stuck—to develop a contract foodservice division that would cater to private schools, colleges, businesses and senior living facilities throughout a 15-state region of the South. —When Three years after being purchased in ...

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