Krispy Kreme has submitted plans, to once again, be a publically traded company.
The donut chain said on Tuesday it had confidentially filed with U.S. regulators for a first public offering.
An IPO would take the chain back to the stock market five years after it was taken private.
The company first went public in 2000, yet it needed to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy following financial restatements, accounting investigations and a drop in sales, as indicated by they.
JAB Holding Co. took Krispy Kreme private in a $1.35 billion deal in 2016.
The doughnut chain looks to make the most of present opportunities during a blast in U.S. capital markets, with organizations bringing $167 billion up in 2020, as indicated by Dealogic data.
A year ago, the organization opened a 4,500-square-foot area in New York’s Times Square.
As a piece of an promotion recently, the organization parted with free glazed doughnuts to any individual who showed a valid COVID-19 vaccination card at a Krispy Kreme store in the United States.
Krispy Kreme opened its first store in North Carolina in 1937 and works almost 1,400 shops in 33 countries.
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