COLUMBUS Ohio Bob Evans Farms Inc., the parent to two restaurant chains and a food products division, swung to a profit in its fiscal third quarter from a year-ago net loss, despite continued sales weakness that led to negative same-store sales at both the Bob Evans and Mimi’s Café brands. Bob Evans returned to profitability mainly because of comparisons to last year when the company booked more than $75 million in charges from goodwill impairment for Mimi’s ...
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