The fast-casual Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill chain said Thursday it has garnered investment capital from private-equity firm Gemini Investors. Alon Mor, Garbanzo’s chief executive, said Gemini is taking an equity stake in the restaurant chain, but he declined to characterize the investment further. The goal, he said, is to help grow the 14-unit Garbanzo brand outside its home base of Colorado. Gemini Investors, based in Wellesley, Mass., provides investment capital to middle market ...

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