(Continued from page 2) Like other wing chains, Buffalo’s Café had tried to drive sales of other parts of its menu during the past few years, when the commodity market for traditional wings was a major headwind. It also benefited from co-branding with Fatburger, a sibling chain owned by the same parent company, Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Fog Cutter Capital. But in 2014, “we’re lucky to enjoy reasonable pricing in chicken and can push it aggressively,” ...

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