Panera is the world’s largest fast food chain and is one of the most popular fast food chains in the world.
Panera has more than 20 million restaurants across the world and has grown to be the world leader in the restaurant industry with over 1,200 outlets worldwide.
Panera has been the focus of a number of controversies over the past few years.
The chain was accused of selling junk food to children in one of its stores and was ordered to pay a fine of over $6m for allegedly selling children food to excess.
In a statement to The Local, the company said that the accusations were untrue and that the company had nothing to do with any illegal activity.
“We have been the victim of a smear campaign in the press by the media, politicians and the corporate sector,” Panera said in the statement.
In addition to being one of Europe’s most successful food chains, Panera also owns a number more restaurants around the world including the likes of Burger King, Domino’s Pizza, Subway, Panay Pacific, Dunkin Donuts and McDonald’s.
Paneras restaurant outlets are open 24 hours and include seating for up to 80 people.
In 2018, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) launched an investigation into the quality of food served at the Panera outlets.
The investigation found that some customers had not been properly served and that Panera did not have the appropriate controls in place to ensure the safety of its customers.
The FSAI’s report, which was released in June, stated that the chain’s employees were unaware of the safety requirements for food at the restaurants and had failed to follow proper procedures for food handling and storage.
Panera’s statement did not deny the FSAI report, but did not confirm that it had conducted an investigation of the chain.
“We are confident that we are fully compliant with the rules and regulations,” the company added.
“We have taken necessary measures to ensure that our staff are trained in our procedures, procedures for ensuring food safety and to ensure our restaurants are safe for our customers.”