(Continued from page 1) Dove traced the volatility in the wing market the past several years and pointed to 2012 as a particularly inflationary year, when the average price for a pound of wings rose 82 percent compared with the year before, jumping from 99 cents per pound to $1.80 per pound. Some prices peaked above $2 per pound in 2012 after manufacturers put packaging and shipping charges on their product. Average prices decreased modestly by 20 percent last year, Dove added, and ...

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