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Texas’ first Salad and Go drive-through opens May 5 in Plano.

The company picked North Texas as its first focus outside of its home state of Arizona, and plans call for at least six Salad and Go shops to open in Plano, Dallas, Richardson and Fort Worth in mid-2021.

When CFO Brian Roberts talks about Salad and Go, he doesn’t use that word.

“We don’t call ourselves a restaurant,” Roberts says. And maybe Salad and Go isn’t: It’s a 700-square-foot standalone building with a drive-through window and a walk-up window. Customers don’t come inside, and no one eats on

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IN A SINGLE room tucked away behind a petrol pump in central Nairobi, men toil over a whirling drum, a shiny metal rack and heaps of sacks marked “Produce of Kenya”. The coffee they roast sells for as much as $11 per 250 grams online. Out front at Spring Valley Coffee, the well-heeled brave the noise and fumes to sip flat whites topped with rippling hearts by a trendy young barista.

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Many of the restrictions in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 will be eased under two new Michigan Department of Health and Human Services orders that will take effect Friday.

The revised state health department orders, which ease capacity limits in restaurants and a host of other businesses while also allowing for larger indoor and outdoor gatherings, last through April 19.

State officials on Tuesday announced that restaurants, bars and retail stores will be able to operate at 50 percent indoor capacity, up from 25 percent, though the 100-person cap from the previous order remains in place. The current

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