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Price Of Chicken Wings Expected To Remain Higher Than Boneless Breasts In 2010

November 2, 2009: 05:09 AM EST
With demand for chicken wings expected to outstrip production in 2010 and beyond, the price of wings, especially boneless wings, is likely to stay higher than boneless, skinless breasts for the foreseeable future, according to chicken industry experts. Big foodservice operations – including 7-Eleven and Pizza Hut’s Wing Street – are adding wings to their offerings, fueling the possibility that production of wings could increase by as much as 2.5 percent. In the future? One expert told Meatingplace to look for more processors providing boneless wings, and perhaps even wings from chickens fed an organic diet: all-vegetable, no antibiotics.
Meatingplace Editors , "Chicken wings still on the rise, NCC says", Marketing & Technology Group, November 02, 2009, © Marketing & Technology Group
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