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Why the price of Buffalo wings has spiked 52 percent in 2012

By The Christian Science Monitor
Monday, December 31, 2012 18:57 EDT
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Feeding guests at your Super Bowl party could get a little expensive this year. Why? The price of Buffalo wings has spiked 52 percent in the past year, and analysts expect that to continue. “The wings are really causing some issues,” says Bruce Reinstein, vice president of strategic development…


 
 
 
 
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