In an effort to boost customer frequency, Smashburger has expanded its menu of chicken sandwiches and salads and begun to offer fried chicken breast fillets as an alternative to grilled breasts in such products, officials said Monday. The Denver-based 77-unit chain yesterday unveiled three new chicken sandwiches and four new chicken salads, essentially doubling the offerings in those two categories. In addition, the fast-casual chain now offers smaller portion salads priced at $4.99 as ...

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