SEATTLE Taco Del Mar Franchising Corp. has filed for Ch. 11 bankruptcy protection, at least the third restaurant company to do so this month. Taco Del Mar, which has more than 225 fast-casual locations, said Friday its operations would continue without interruption as it works to restructure its debt. “Although this was not our first choice, we believe that the Chapter 11 process will allow us to maximize the value of the company’s assets,” Larry Destro, president and chief executive of ...
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