SEATTLE Organic To Go Inc., parent company to 12 namesake fast-casual cafes and an additional 45 retail locations selling certified organic and natural soups, salads and sandwiches, completed a reverse merger to go public Tuesday. In its first day of trading on the over-the-counter bulletin board, Organic To Go's stock price rose 41.7 percent to close at $4.25 per share.The company is now the only wholly owned subsidiary of SP Holdings Corp., the public company into which Organic To ...
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