Thursday, December 04, 2008

Football fans eat fewer wings in slow economy

Gridiron fans are eating fewer wings at sports bars and watering holes and chicken company Sanderson Farms Inc has noticed.

"Normally wing prices firm after Labor Day as football starts and fans begin moving into bars and water holes to eat Buffalo wings and watch their favorite teams. That did not happen this fall," Joe Sanderson, chief executive of the No. 4 U.S. chicken producer Sanderson Farms Inc, said Thursday.

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