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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with John Cappasola, president and CEO of Del Taco (TACO) - Get Del Taco Restaurants, Inc. Report , the nation's second largest Mexican restaurant chain, with over 550 locations and shares that are up just 2% in 2017, despite posting a 7.1% increase in same-store sales last quarter.

Cappasola said that Del Taco is raising the bar for quality and value, combining speed and convenience for a unique position in the market.

When asked about expansion plans, Cappasola said that Del Taco is taking a slow approach and is not spreading itself too thin. The company is working to keep food costs low by doing much of the food preparation in house, and since many locations are open 24 hours, they can use those overnight hours to make sure food prep is done right.

Cappasola ended by saying that Del Taco also is testing delivery service in two markets.

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