Executives for Bob Evans Farms Inc. noted during the company’s third-quarter earnings call that forces outside their control, namely bad weather and a viral epidemic in the nation’s pork supply, have coincided with major investments and cost reduction plans to make fiscal 2014 a tough, transitional year. However, leaders of the New Albany, Ohio-based company were more upbeat about a bounce-back year in fiscal 2015, as the completion of its Farm Fresh Refresh remodel program ...

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