Krispy Kreme going public again commanded a good amount of news coverage recently, and rightly so. The North Carolina-based donut chain with about 1500 units nationwide filed an IPO earlier this week looking to raise $100 million through the offering. The company was previously publicly traded until JAB Holdings took it private just 5 years for $1.35 billion. The company hit its highest sales level in history during COVID-plagued 2020, earning net revenue of $1.1 billion.  It was reported last month that millennial coffee drinkers are creating a new market with their low-caffeine coffee preferences and a new start-up is hoping to capitalize on the embryonic movement. Los Angeles-based Buzz Lite debuted earlier this year and looks to replicate the phenomena we’ve seen recently with low-alcohol craft beers. For the time being however, the product is only sold online.