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Paris Baguette plants flag in Manhattan to redefine the bakery-café

And define itself in the process

To Jack Moran, it seems he has spent his career searching for the perfect croissant. The search has finally landed him at Paris Baguette, where he thinks he has found a company that can bring a flawless flaky pastry to the masses. 

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