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Dutch Bros Coffee is reportedly considering an IPO

The company, backed by the private equity group TSG Consumer Partners, called a Bloomberg report of a potential offering this year “pure speculation.”


Krispy Kreme is planning an IPO

The doughnut chain, which was taken private in 2016, has confidentially filed with federal regulators for an initial public offering.

The Canadian coffee-and-doughnuts chain already has 200 locations in the country and new investors as it looks to further its global expansion.

The chain’s same-store sales grew over 2019 levels thanks entirely to higher check averages as customers ordered more items per visit.

The Chinese coffee chain, still working its way through an accounting scandal and a debt restructuring, received a $250 million infusion.

The chain is testing a “Borrow-A-Cup” program at five stores in Seattle as part of an effort to reduce overall waste.

The nine-unit chain, which just sold a majority stake to Jamie Coulter and Jimmy John Liautaud, is planning a massive expansion.

The Jimmy John’s founder along with Lone Star Steak House Founder Jamie Coulter have bought a majority stake in the nine-unit Seven Brew Drive-Thru Coffee.

The coffee giant’s investors rejected its advisory “say-on-pay” proposal amid concerns about a $50 million retention bonus to CEO Kevin Johnson.

The Chinese coffee chain, which filed for bankruptcy last week, holds some key lessons for U.S. restaurants, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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