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Operators try creative strategies to manage higher wing costs

Buffalo Wings & Rings, Wing Zone lure customers to boneless, experiment with innovative flavors

A spike in bone-in chicken-wing prices has put operators who specialize in wings in a difficult position: pass on increased costs to customers and risk losing them, or try to convince bone-in wing fans to switch to less expensive boneless wings, which are typically chicken breast meat formed into a wing-like shape.

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