Le Duff America Inc. intends to bring back some joie de vivre in the struggling Mimi’s Café when it completes the estimated $50 million purchase of the casual-dining brand in the next two months, a company executive says. Columbus, Ohio-based Bob Evans Farms Inc. said Monday that it had agreed to sell the 145-unit Mimi’s Café to Dallas-based Le Duff America in a deal including $20 million in cash and $30 million in a note. The sale is expected to be completed ...

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