Bagels come effortlessly in mind when you hear of Brueggerâ€™s, currently a leading player in the quick service bakery industry. If youâ€™ve been to NYC, Brueggerâ€™s will make you think of the bakeshops of H & H Bagels, and Panera Bread, the presence of which, in addition to other locally-owned bagel stores, have regular customers think of â€œcomfort food,â€ especially during breakfast or snack time. And as such, in addition to bagels, Brueggerâ€™s offers in its numerous locations â€œunique coffee blends, specialty sandwiches, paninis, fresh-made salads, carb-friendly wraps, deli style sandwiches, soups, desserts and original cream cheese in an assortment of flavors.â€
In researching for this article, this writer, being based in NYC, has become more curious of how Brueggerâ€™s operates â€“ as there are so many similar bagel stores in NYC. What then makes Brueggerâ€™s different from the pack, and able to transport the concept of a bagel store nationwide? Read more.