Darden Restaurants Inc. has transformed the menu of its Olive Garden chain in what it is calling “the most significant evolution in the restaurant’s history.” The revamp is the latest attempt to turn around faltering sales at Olive Garden, which has been tweaking its menu over the past year. The new menu has more than 20 new items, including lighter fare and a dinner customization program. The 834-unit chain also has expanded its “Tastes of Italy” section with ...
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