chicken wings

Prices of wings soar on stocks deficit

Growing popularity leads to lower stocks and higher prices.

Stocks of chicken wings are at an extreme deficit as they have continued to become more popular, especially in the foodservice arena, Brian Earnest, poultry and eggs commodity market analyst for Informa IEG, told attendees at the 2017 Commodity & Feed Ingredients Outlook Symposium held this week in Minneapolis, Minn.

According to Earnest, 2017 wing stocks are at a deficit compared to the five-year average. They are also at a greater deficit than what was seen in 2014, which result

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