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LEBANON, Tenn. (AP) -
Cracker Barrel plans to begin selling its some of its products in grocery stores.
The Lebanon-based restaurant chain already sells
items like pancake and corn muffin mixes, cobbler filling and syrup in
the stores attached to its restaurants and online.
But The Tennessean reports
that the chain has signed a multiyear licensing agreement with John
Morrell Food Group that will make those products available at grocery
stores, mass merchandisers and other retail outlets.
Cracker Barrel has not yet said when those products
will hit store shelves or how much revenue they expect the strategy to
Analysts said the strategy is a low-risk way to increase brand awareness and revenues, as long as they don't overreach.
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