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April 15, 1993
Japan's Yaohan Department Store Co. said Wednesday that it plans to open 3,000 fast-food restaurants in China by the year 2011. Yaohan, based in Numazu, Japan, already operates burger restaurants in Japan in a joint venture with Mos Food Services Inc. Yaohan's U.S. subsidiary, Yaohan U.S.A. Corp. in Los Angeles, also operates a supermarket in Costa Mesa. The China project will be launched by Yaohan and Mos plus China Venturetech Investment Co.
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BUSINESS
April 15, 1993
Japan's Yaohan Department Store Co. said Wednesday that it plans to open 3,000 fast-food restaurants in China by the year 2011. Yaohan, based in Numazu, Japan, already operates burger restaurants in Japan in a joint venture with Mos Food Services Inc. Yaohan's U.S. subsidiary, Yaohan U.S.A. Corp. in Los Angeles, also operates a supermarket in Costa Mesa. The China project will be launched by Yaohan and Mos plus China Venturetech Investment Co.
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BUSINESS
July 11, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County will soon get a taste of Japanese noodle dishes like 3-Alarm Ramen, a spicy beef noodle soup, and Teriyaki Chicken Ramen. MOS Food Services Inc., operator of Japan's largest hamburger chain, will open its first Orange County fast-food noodle restaurant in Brea on July 27. The company's U.S. subsidiary already operates three similar restaurants in Los Angeles under the name of Mikoshi Japanese Noodle House.
BUSINESS
July 11, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County will soon get a taste of Japanese noodle dishes like 3-Alarm Ramen, a spicy beef noodle soup, and Teriyaki Chicken Ramen. MOS Food Services Inc., operator of Japan's largest hamburger chain, will open its first Orange County fast-food noodle restaurant in Brea on July 27. The company's U.S. subsidiary already operates three similar restaurants in Los Angeles under the name of Mikoshi Japanese Noodle House.
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August 1, 1991 | BEVERLY BUSH SMITH, Beverly Bush Smith is a free-lance writer who regularly covers restaurant news for The Times Orange County Edition. and
Switzerland marks its 700th birthday today, and the Swiss owners of the Cellar in Fullerton, Ernest and Trudy Zingg, will celebrate with a five-course feast. With a choice of hors d'oeuvres, soups, salads and desserts, the entree selections include young rabbit in red wine with pearl-onion sauce and polenta, medallions of venison with apple and cranberries, and slivers of Provimi veal sauteed in mushrooms with a cream sauce. The cost is $37.
BUSINESS
January 7, 1991 | TERESA WATANABE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Satoshi Sakurada and Marty Schwartz don't know each other, but both are intent on bettering the U.S.-Japan relationship. Their idea of international exchange, however, is stomach to stomach. Sakurada is a high-flying entrepreneur who abruptly quit his job as a Nikko Securities salesman and became the undisputed burger king of Japan.
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