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|Headquarters||Lakeland, FL, U.S.|
|Key people||Dawn Voss, CEO|
|Revenue||$13M USD (2008) (est)|
Crispers is a Lakeland, Florida based chain of fast casual restaurants with an emphasis on health-conscious fare and a menu that consists mainly of salads and sandwiches (the subtitle for the brand is "Fresh Salads, Soups and Sandwiches").
Crispers was founded in South Lakeland, Florida in 1989 by Bill Whitaker and his wife, Vanessa. The company was later sold to Publix Supermarkets Inc., the nation's eighth largest private company. On May 10, 2011, Publix announced they had reached an agreement to sell Crispers to Healthy Food Concepts, LLC and the deal was completed in July 2011.
As of 2013, Crispers has 28 restaurants throughout Florida residing in Bradenton, Brandon, Clermont, Davie, Eustis, Fort Myers, Gainesville, Haines City, Jacksonville, Lake Mary, Lakeland, Naples, Ocala, Orlando, St. Augustine, Tallahassee, Tampa, The Villages, Winter Haven and Winter Park.
Crispers is a Lakeland, Florida based chain of fast casual restaurants with an emphasis on health-conscious fare and a menu that consists mainly of salads, soups and sandwiches (the subtitle for the brand is "Fresh Salads, Soups, and Sandwiches").