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Chicken sandwich wars between fast-food restaurants lead to chicken shortage

Independent business have reportedly gone weeks without wings and are getting hit the hardest due to chicken breast prices more than doubling since the start of 2021.

News 12 Staff

May 6, 2021, 8:08 PM

Updated 1,139 days ago

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A poultry shortage is forcing restaurants including KFC and Wingstop to pay higher prices for chicken. Independent business have reportedly gone weeks without wings and are getting hit the hardest due to chicken breast prices more than doubling since the start of 2021. The "chicken sandwich wars" between fast-food chains are attributed to the growing shortage.
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