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    A “celebration on a cellular level.” It's what the cold-pressed, unpasteurized juices from Jai Juice & Cafe offer, owners Julia Haller and Dani McGuire write on its
  • Cleanses part of menu at juice bar
    A “celebration on a cellular level.”It’s what the cold-pressed, unpasteurized juices from Jai Juice & Cafe offer, owners Julia Haller and Dani McGuire write on its website.
  • Tom's Donuts adds shop
    Melissa Wasson grew up around the doughnut business. Her family has been working with Tom's Donuts since 1980 – before she was born.
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Final days of Panera fundraiser

All October, Panera Bread (526 Coliseum Blvd. E. and 4110 W. Jefferson Blvd.) has been raising money for breast cancer research and programs in Indiana through the sale of its Pink Ribbon Balle, which will be sold through Wednesday. The goal is to raise $10,000.

The restaurant donates 10 cents of each purchase to programs including the Central Indiana, Northern Indiana and Wabash Valley affiliates of Susan G. Komen for the Cure; and the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.

Last year, nearly 2 million Pink Ribbon Bagels were sold, raising more than $250,000.

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