LAKELAND, Fla. -- Crispers, the salad and sandwich restaurant chain that is majority-owned by Publix Super Markets here, said it is building 10 new outlets this year and making major menu changes that are expected to draw more customers for evening meals. Publix increased its ownership to hold a majority stake this year in the Florida restaurant chain, which now has 30 stores, although it would not disclose the amount of its investment. "We recognize the growth potential of Crispers and the ...

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