Buffalo Wild Wings wants to ease wing price swings

Buffalo Wild Wings wants to ease wing price swings

Company says new contract should help with price volatility

Buffalo Wild Wings wants to take the swing out of wings.
 
The 1,000-unit, Minneapolis-based chicken wing chain, coming off a quarter in which its chicken wing prices rose 16 percent, is looking to ease that volatility in coming quarters.
 
Company executives said on their fourth quarter conference call Thursday that they have entered into a new contract for two-thirds of their traditional chicken wings. The contract starts in April, and should reduce the company’s

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