The Krystal Company is looking for a buyer for its 79-year-old Krystal burger brand, the company said Wednesday. The Chattanooga, Tenn.-based company, which operates Krystal restaurants in 11 states in the Southeast, said it is exploring a sale of the quick-service burger concept that’s known for its iconic and inexpensive sliders. “Having seen the company through significant growth since 1997, the board feels that now is the appropriate time to seek a new investor to help ...

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