Buffalo Wild Wings officials told securities analysts Wednesday they were “very pleased” with financial results for the second quarter despite excessive commodity inflation for chicken wings that shrunk restaurant-level margins 3.4 percent in the quarter, a headwind that the chain will fight the rest of the year through menu price increases and new marketing initiatives. During the June 24-ended second quarter the company began to feel the brunt of commodity inflation as higher ...

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