UFood Restaurant Group, which operates and franchises eight UFood Grill units, has signed a joint-venture agreement with an investment group of military veterans to open restaurants on U.S. Army and Air Force bases. UFood president and chief operating officer Charlie Cocotas said the investment group, MBUF, would provide the financing and take a 49-percent interest in the fast-casual units that open on bases. The first three are slated to be built at the Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground ...

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