Encouraged by second-quarter results from the company’s namesake restaurant brand and packaged-foods business, officials for Bob Evans Farms Inc. expressed optimism that the Columbus, Ohio-based firm could increase its long-term earnings growth — most likely, however, without the Mimi’s Café chain still in its portfolio. Bob Evans announced a strategic review for Irvine, Calif.-based Mimi’s Café, though chief executive Steve Davis noted during the ...

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