Bob Evans Farms Inc. said Wednesday an ongoing restaurant remodeling strategy lifted sales at its namesake family-dining brand during its first quarter and will soon be applied to its struggling Mimi’s Café casual-dining chain. The Columbus, Ohio-based company, which along with its restaurants owns a packaged food division, reported a 16-percent decline in profit for the first quarter, in part as a result of one-time charges related to Bob Evans’ $50 million ...

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