The Panera Bread Company is a public company that is traded on the NASDAQ stock market. The majority of its shareholders are financial institutions and mutual fund holders. The remaining shares are owned by direct holders of Panera Bread stock.Continue Reading
Direct stock holders are individuals who purchase stock from brokerage firms. They are either company insiders or individual stock investors who have no affiliation with the company beyond owning its stock.
Panera Bread started operating in 1981 under the name Au Bon Pain Co. Inc. As of 2014, the company has 1,818 locations in 45 states. Panera Bread is headquartered in Missouri. In 2013, the company had $2.4 million in sales.Learn more about Corporations
Panera Bread operates 1,926 restaurants, as of June 2015. These locations are found across the U.S., the District of Columbia and Ontario, Canada. The chain operates under the Panera Bread, Saint Louis Bread Company and Paradise Bakery and Cafe names.Full Answer >
If you make a purchase at Panera Bread and forget to use your rewards card, keep the receipt and head to PaneraBread.com to redeem a missed visit code. The 22-digit code is printed on the bottom of your receipt.Full Answer >
Basic and detailed nutrition information for Panera Bread menu items is available from the company's website. Basic information includes calorie, fiber, sodium, carbohydrate and protein content. Detailed information provides nutritional information by serving, including saturated and trans fat content in addition to total fat.Full Answer >
Employee benefits at Panera Bread include competitive pay, a variety of health and related benefits, a 401(k) plan, an associate stock purchase plan, paid vacation and product discounts. Culture and career development are additional benefits that comprise Panera Bread's Total Rewards. There are also opportunities to participate in Multicultural Networking Group (MGNG) and Being the Panera Women's Networking Group.Full Answer >