NAPLES, Fla. Papa John's International founder John Schnatter has reportedly invested in a Florida coffee-sandwich concept that plans to expand. Schnatter recently bought a stake in the one-unit Calistoga Bakery Cafe, a gourmet sandwich-soup-coffee shop in Naples, Fla., according to the Louisville Courier-Journal. He said Calistoga plans to add three stores in Florida and one in Lexington, Ky., by the end of the year.Schnatter, after whom Papa John's was named, stepped down as chief ...

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