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Mac & Cheese lovers rejoice! Florida-based franchise to open 2 locations in New JerseyPosted: Updated:
A Florida-based macaroni and cheese franchise is expected to open two locations in New Jersey.
I Heart Mac & Cheese is opening spots in Hoboken and Jersey City, which will be the franchise's first locations in the Garden State.
Official opening dates have not been announced yet, but one location is expected to open sometime this year -- with another in 2021.
The menu features build-your-own macaroni and cheese bowls, as well as grilled cheese sandwiches.
The franchise was founded back in 2016 in Fort Lauderdale and has 10 locations throughout Florida and New York, with more expected to open soon in various states.
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