Published on October 6, 2022 at 1:18 pm
Maple Street Biscuit Co.’s expansion plans fell short of its goals in the fiscal year that ended July 29.
But parent company Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. continues to lay out ambitious plans for the chain founded in Jacksonville.
“We remain bullish on Maple Street and despite the unexpected construction delays and supply chain issues that kept us from opening the number of stores we had hoped to open in fiscal ‘22, we remain very confident in the growth potential of this brand,” Cracker Barrel CEO Sandra Cochran said in a Sept. 27 conference call with analysts.
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