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"The S&P Report represents a continuation of the efforts to broaden exposure of our Company to the investing public," said Ramin Kamfar, New World chairman and CEO. In November 1999, Value Investing Partners Inc. issued its first full research report on the Company, upgrading its rating to "buy," while Rodman & Renshaw, Inc., initiated coverage with a "buy" rating.Additionally, in December, The Red Chip Review initiated coverage with a "B" rating.
New World Coffee-Manhattan Bagel Inc. currently franchises, licenses or owns stores under its four brands in 26 states and Washington, D.C. The Company is vertically integrated in bagel dough and cream cheese manufacturing, and coffee roasting, with plants in New Jersey, California and Connecticut.