Boneless Wings, the New Cheaper Choice


NEW YORK – A recent New York Times article reveals that restaurateurs are dealing with higher prices for traditional bone-in chicken wings, while boneless wings are becoming a cheaper choice. This marks a reversal in typical wholesale poultry pricing, where breast meat was previously considered the more expensive option. As consumers keep driving the price of skinless white cuts lower, regular chicken wings are now too pricey for bars to sell on special. For more information, click here.

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