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Pret A Manger grows with breakfast and veggie options

U.S. sales rose 14 percent in 2016. Could an IPO be next?

Thanks to breakfast, U.S. sales at Pret A Manger, the London-based bakery-café chain, increased 14 percent in 2016, surpassing $200 million for the first time, the company said Thursday.

The health-minded concept said it is selling more coffee and hot brioche sandwiches.

Clive Schlee, CEO of Pret A Manger, said trends in the U.S., where the company operates 74 of its 444 global locations, fit the chain’s menu. Numerous concepts are gunning for health-conscious con

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