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Panera Bread Corporate Office

Panera Bread Corporate Office Address

Panera Bread Company
3630 S. Geyer Rd Suite 100
St Louis, MO 63127

Contact Panera Bread

Phone Number: 314-984-1000
Fax Number: 314-909-3300
Website: http://www.panera.com
Email: Email Panera Bread

Executives

CEO: Ronald M. Shaich
CFO: Thomas Patrick Kelly
COO: Charles J. Chapman

Panera Bread History

Panera Bread began in 1993 when Au Bon Pain purchased the St. Louis Bread Company.  In 1999, Au Bon Pain sold it’s other restaurants and renamed itself to Panera Bread Company, realizing the huge potential of the brand.

In 2007, the chain purchased 70 stores from Paradise Bakery & Cafe, a Phoenix, AZ based company.

In 2008, Panera expanded operations into Canada.

Panera currently has over 1500 locations in 41 US states and Canada.  The Panera Bread corporate office is still located in St. Louis, Missouri.    The company’s locations in St Louis still operate under the name St. Louis Bread Company.

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Patty Lamb September 18, 2014 at 3:54 pm

No longer a customer. order 2 roast beef one had no sauce the other had litterally 2 slice meat. we called the manager could care less but was suppose to sen gift certificate. never came! I ate at another location no problem. went back to other location problems again ordered half turkey with tomato soup was chrged 15.99. I was given whole sandwhich and a cup of soup which measured out to 4oz. called them and they could care less. I really wouldnt have cared if it were a bowl of soup but at 4.29 for a little cup! Get a grip people.

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Lacey Staveley September 17, 2014 at 8:24 pm

Both Paneras in Waterloo and Cedar Falls, IA are terrible in many ways. Rude staff, chicken ceasar salad never has chicken and the cups of dressing are set directly on the salad ..how unsanitary! That’s just the beginning…..

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bridget September 15, 2014 at 8:01 pm

most ignorant staff AND management at Voorhees nj location. absolutely the most rude people and are ALWAYS out of bread bowls, EVERY TIME!!!

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frank evitts September 15, 2014 at 7:12 pm

no more Panera bread for me—you turned into a liberal bread store===good bye- I cant carry my gun I woint carry my wallet–why don’t you put michelle Obama’s picture on the front of your stores

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frank evitts September 15, 2014 at 7:09 pm

you caved in to liberal media about guns–why didn’t you remain neutral—you wont let me carry my gun concealed I wont carry my wallet any more to your stores—good buy you are a libtard store I wont go to any more—starbucks too you are all turning into yupiies anyway=== please reply to me

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tom dickherber September 15, 2014 at 4:08 pm

just a note to mention that there is no way to leave a comment after eating at a panera bread company. a person used to be able. YOUR BREAD COMPANY IN MY AREA IS GETTING WORST. THE RESTROOMS NEED REMODELING. THE ONE WE EAT AT AT LEAST 6 TIMES A MONTH AND ALSO BUY BAKER’S DOZEN ON TUESDAY. THE RESTROOM IS VERY, VERY FILTHY AND THE DINING AREA IS ALSO FILTHY, FLOOR AND TABLES THE ENTIRE PLACE WAS TERRIBLE 9/14/1. THE FOOD HAS ALSO CHANGED TO THE WORST IN THE AMOUNT SERVED . ALSO THE BREAD HAS CHANGED TO ROLLS. MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS ARE GOING ELSEWHERE TO EAT THAN THE AREAS BREAD COMPANY. SORRY TO SAY. TOM D.

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Josh L September 15, 2014 at 1:23 am

The location at Mall of Ga -was- visited by my family (wife/son/me) sometimes twice per month on weekends. I have a carry permit and in my back pocket I keep a .380 pistol for my family’s (and the society around me) safety. As of 2 weeks ago we’ve stopped visiting Panera Bread and will NEVER RETURN FOR LIFE. May the location close down soon for all I care. That civilian disarmament zone is a danger to it’s employees, the honest public, and this Country’s fabric for the entire time it stands. Let the “sheep” feed there, they deserve it.

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Michael E. Jones September 14, 2014 at 9:46 pm

I’m a retired United States Air Force officer. I was a security forces officer. I am a licensed concealed weapon carrier. I took special classes involving legalities here in Tennessee. I fully understand the terrific responsibilities my decision has. Your company policy has taken from me my ability to protect myself in dire circumstances. I treasure that ability as a last effort against thugs or others’ evil intentions. I have decided to not partake in what your restaurant has to offer. Since profit margins in restaurants are not enormous, perhaps you will rethink your policy from the perspective of us rational, calm, reflective, law-abiding citizens. Or, perhaps you will hire armed security to guard the facility and escort those of us who feel we need escort to our vehicles.

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G L Bridges September 14, 2014 at 7:39 pm

I have just had my last meal at your at best eatable over priced restaurant. Having read your stand on my right to bear arms, you got it. I don’t need your shitty food and you and your stock holders don’t need my money. By the way you chicken shits need to post your demand on the door since you feel so strongly on the matyer

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