Chain's president says it will benefit from growing interest in healthful, seasonal foods
After years of slow growth, the 11-unit Seasons 52 chain plans to add at least seven units over the next 18 months. President Stephen Judge said the brand has the potential to do well anywhere in the United States because of growing interest in healthful foods, miniature portion sizes, and seasonal and local ingredients — all mainstays of the chain formed in 2003 by Darden Restaurants Inc. Judge said Seasons 52 will continue to take its time and expand prudently as it opens new ...
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