Growing create-your-own stir-fry brands are setting their sights on new markets around the country, particularly the Southeast. Midwestern stir-fry concepts, like bd’s Mongolian Grill, and Stir Crazy and Flat Top Stir Fry Grill from Chicago-based Flat Out Crazy Restaurant Group, are targeting growth markets in the Southeast because they are rich with the brands’ core customers, officials said. Tom Ragan, vice president of franchising for Burnsville, Minn.-based bd’s, said ...

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