Long John Silver’s will restructure its menu for the first time in nearly a decade, signaling one of its first major customer-facing moves since changing ownership 15 months ago. The Louisville, Ky.-based chain of more than 1,300 quick-service restaurants is rolling out new menu boards that feature an upgraded shrimp product, more non-fried entrees and a wider variety of side dishes. RELATED • Taco Bell tests $1 Cravings menu • Restaurants add pizza to ...

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