Noodles & Co. is opening its first metro-east restaurant in Shiloh.
The doors open Thursday at the Green Mount Crossing shopping center, where the Broomfield, Colo.-based restaurant chain aims to “serve fresh food fast” with an assortment of pastas, soups, salads and sandwiches.
You can also find more Noodles & Co. restaurants across the river in St. Louis, Creve Coeur, Mo.; Chesterfield, Mo.; Des Peres, Mo.; and Chesterfield, Mo.
Coca-Cola, the maker of Vitaminwater, will change its labeling on the water to settle a lawsuit. The suit claims that the beverage manufacturer was making misleading health claims about the drinks. The Atlanta-based company has announced it will add the words “with sweeteners” in two places on the bottled water drink. Read more here.
General Motors wants to start testing a fleet of self-driving Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrad cars before the end of next year. These test cars will be activated by a smart phone app. The auto maker plans to cut $5.5 billion during the next three years to help finance this move. Find out more here.
Fiat Chrysler has reported a 14 percent increase in U.S. sales during last month. The company attributes the gains to strong Jeep sales, which jumped by 40 percent during September, which auto maker said was its best September sales total in 15 years. Learn more here.
-Will Buss, BND business writer