Bob Evans plans $200M sale-leaseback

Bob Evans plans $200M sale-leaseback

Company to sell restaurants, headquarters, manufacturing plants by end of year

Bob Evans Farms Inc. plans to complete a $200 million sale-leaseback consisting of restaurants, its headquarters and a pair of manufacturing plants by the end of the year, as it continues to look for a new CEO, the company said this week.

Executives said Wednesday that they expect the sale-leaseback to generate $160 million to $170 million in proceeds. The sale of Bob Evans’ New Albany, Ohio, headquarters and two manufacturing plants could generate an additional $85 million to $

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