Zoe’s Kitchen Inc. will expand its chain's dinner offerings and work to increase the daypart mix to a 50-50 split between lunch and dinner, executives of the fast-casual operator told analysts last week. Zoës Kitchen’s current daypart mix, excluding catering, is about 60 percent lunch and 40 percent dinner, leaders of the newly public Plano, Texas-based company said in a call with analysts after its first-quarter earnings report. “Our goal is to make this ...

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