Another period of high commodity inflation contracted third-quarter earnings for Buffalo Wild Wings, but company officials said Tuesday that the brand would continue to test and execute several initiatives to protect margins and combat a slight slowdown in traffic that has appeared in October. Net income for the Sept. 23-ended third quarter decreased 5 percent, despite same-store sales growth in the mid-single digits, and much of that downward pressure came from higher costs of chicken ...

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