SEATTLE Organic To Go has closed about half of its 33-unit cafe chain and will focus on building its organic wholesale and catering business and offering more “food forward, chef-driven” menus, officials said Tuesday. The move for the Seattle-based wholesale, catering and retail chain is part of an ongoing overhaul since the company deregistered its common stock with the Securities and Exchange Commission in March and shareholder Inventages became the primary stockholder. Following the ...

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