Panera is ending its experiment with cafes where customers are allowed to pay how much they want. The restaurant chain is closing the last of those stores this month after a six-year run.
The original business model gave customers the option of giving a suggested donation for charity and to cover operating costs. Panera, which is based in suburban St. Louis, has operated and closed pay-what-you-want locations in Boston, Chicago, Portland and the St. Louis area.
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