Buffalo Wild Wings increased its first-quarter profit nearly 23 percent, but the company will stay aggressive with growth plans and cost management measures in order to hit its 2012 earnings growth target amid high chicken wing inflation, brand officials said. The brand’s immediate play in the short term will be a small menu price increase. Chicken wing costs are projected to remain high throughout the year — the average commodity price through April and May is running $1.92 per ...

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