Red Lobster’s history may lie in foods from the surf, but foods from the turf could play a bigger role in the brand’s future given the success of its newest menu. MULTIMEDIA Red Lobster: Maine Stays RELATED • R&D tips for creating a successful product launch • Beverage menu best practices • See all MenuMasters winners Last October, the 705-unit chain — in a stark departure from its traditionally seafood-heavy focus — ...

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