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Einstein Bros. Bagels
Einstein Bros. Bagels was created in 1995 by Boston Market in 1995. The company had been acquired by Scott Beck who moved the corporate headquarters from Boston to Golden, Colorado.
Boston Market, which at the time was called Boston Chicken, was looking for a breakfast to complement its lunch and dinner offerings.
The goal was to create a large bagel chains for areas that did not already have a strong bagel market. The company bought Bagel Gourmet, Incorporated of Fort Lauderdale, Bagel & Bagel of Kansas City, Baltimore BagelBrackman Brothers of Salt Lake City. In 1996, they bought Noah's Bagels of Berkeley
Boston Market went bankrupt in 2000. The Boston Market chain was acquired by McDonald's. Einstein was acquired by a company called New World Coffee that was created by Ramin Kamfar. This company had previously purchased the bankrupt Manhattan Bagel in 1998 and Chesapeake Bagel Bakery in 1999.
In 2014 this combined restaurant group was bought by an investment firm called JAB Holding Company. JAB has investments in Stumptown Coffee, Peet's Coffee, Caribou Coffee, Mighty Leaf Tea, Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea and Panera Bread.
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- Wikipedia - Einstein Bagels (Drawn 10/30/2017)
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