Red Lobster is rolling out a new menu on Oct. 15 that includes more non-seafood meal options, more pieces of fresh fish, and more items that cost less than $15. RELATED • Darden details seafood sustainability efforts • Red Lobster names Chip Wade EVP of operations • More food and beverage news The new menu comes after lackluster earnings for Red Lobster during the first quarter of 2013. Sales for the quarter totaled $660 million, a 2.1-percent ...

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