ROSEMEAD Calif. The almost 1,300-unit Panda Express chain will soon introduce a new Honey Walnut Shrimp dish, which the chain said would likely become a permanent menu item. The new dish launches systemwide March 10 after being tested in about 200 stores. Described as a premium item that is priced about $1 more than other entrees, the dish includes tempura shrimp that is wok-tossed in Panda’s gourmet honey sauce and topped with glazed ...
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