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Harry and David partners with The Cheesecake Factory

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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Medford-based Harry & David partnered with The Cheesecake Factory to be the only online seller of the company's cheesecakes.

It’s a significant announcement for Harry & David, a company that emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy barely more than two years ago. Since then, a trimmed-down Harry & David has worked to get its financial house in order and cut back on its own chain of retail outlets. (Aside from popup stores – temporary seasonal outlets that come and go in a few months time.)

The Cheesecake Factory has 167 restaurants nationwide, including one at Washington Square Mall. It’s known for high-profile mall locations, long lines for meals and super-rich cheesecakes in a variety of flavors.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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