Several chains capitalized on their reputations by introducing new iterations of already successful products. Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill, which popularized the fish taco in the United States, introduced a sesame soy beer-battered version as well as an avocado corn fish taco, also made with beer-battered pollock, but topped with avocado corn salsa and creamy chipotle sauce. Popeyes Louisiana Chicken reprised its award-winning Wicked Chicken, but added a creamy garlic, pepper ...
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