(Continued from page 1) A new report showed that preference for boneless chicken is growing. In its “Poultry Consumer Trend Report” released Monday, Chicago-based market research firm Technomic Inc. found that 58 percent of consumers strongly agree that they prefer boneless chicken, up from 57 percent in a similar survey in 2011. Among chicken wing eaters, 46 percent strongly agreed that they prefer boneless wings, though that effect was highest among 18-to-24-year-old ...

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