(Continued from page 1) Beginning mid-July Buffalo Wild Wings will sell wings by portion size — snack, small, medium and large — rather than discrete numbers. With that move the company intends to mitigate the pressure it experienced when larger yields of wings it bought by the pound drove up food costs during the past year’s record-high wings prices. Buffalo Wild Wings paid $2.10 per pound for chicken wings in the first quarter, 9 percent higher than the $1.92 ...

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