Buffalo Wild Wings 1Q profit rises 2.6%

Buffalo Wild Wings 1Q profit rises 2.6%

Casual-dining chain impacted by rising chicken prices

Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. reported Tuesday a 2.6-percent increase in net income during the first quarter ended March 29, as skyrocketing chicken wing prices offset revenue growth of nearly 20 percent.

Net income was $29.1 million during the quarter, or $1.52 per share, rising from $28.3 million, or $1.49 per share, the previous year.

Total revenue at the Minneapolis-based casual-dining operator rose 19.8 percent, to $440.6 million, from $367.9 million the previous year.

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