When Seasons 52 introduced new low-calorie items to its menu recently, it was hardly surprising. The 18-unit Darden subsidiary has to do that; all of its menu items contain fewer than 475 calories. But what’s interesting about the new items was how many of them cited their origins — a page taken from the playbook of mostly high-end independent restaurants to indicate how wholesome their food is. Among the new items are Half Moon Bay Brussels Sprouts with roasted garlic, and ...
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