OAKVILLE Ontario Sweeping down from the North, a new competitor in the quickservice fray is counting on a space-efficient store footprint and a streamlined kitchen equipment package to recommend its brand of fresh teppanyaki-style Japanese food to potential franchisees and the American public. Teriyaki Experience, based here, was founded in 1986. It has more than 130 units open in Canada, the Middle East, Italy and the Caribbean. Its first U.S. store opened in Atlanta last year, ...

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