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November 27, 1996
Good Food Fast Cos. has agreed to acquire the Oh La La! division of Sacramento-based Java Centrale Inc. for $2.7 million in cash, notes and stock. The sale is scheduled to close by Dec. 10. Java Centrale said it acquired Oh La La!, a chain of 14 espresso bars and a bakery, about 20 months ago. Java said it expects to report a profit of about $200,000 on the sale.
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BUSINESS
December 20, 1996
Good Food Fast Cos. has completed its acquisition of Java Centrale Inc.'s Oh La La! division for $2.7 million. Sacramento-based Java Centrale said Thursday it expects to report a profit of about $200,000 on the sale. Java Centrale said it will receive $1.25 million in cash, a three-year convertible note for $750,000 and convertible preferred stock in Good Food Fast valued at $700,000. Oh La La! is a chain of espresso bars and a bakery.
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BUSINESS
December 20, 1996
Good Food Fast Cos. has completed its acquisition of Java Centrale Inc.'s Oh La La! division for $2.7 million. Sacramento-based Java Centrale said Thursday it expects to report a profit of about $200,000 on the sale. Java Centrale said it will receive $1.25 million in cash, a three-year convertible note for $750,000 and convertible preferred stock in Good Food Fast valued at $700,000. Oh La La! is a chain of espresso bars and a bakery.
BUSINESS
November 27, 1996
Good Food Fast Cos. has agreed to acquire the Oh La La! division of Sacramento-based Java Centrale Inc. for $2.7 million in cash, notes and stock. The sale is scheduled to close by Dec. 10. Java Centrale said it acquired Oh La La!, a chain of 14 espresso bars and a bakery, about 20 months ago. Java said it expects to report a profit of about $200,000 on the sale.
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