Boneless Chicken Wings Are Getting A Whole Lot More Popular• Business Insider
Right now, it looks like people are going bonkers for the boneless type.
A study from hospitality research firm GuestMetrics showed that boneless chicken wings are getting increasingly popular.
Total chicken wing sales grew 10.7 percent in 2012 compared with the year prior. Orders increased 7.3 percent in 2012 and menu prices jumped 3.4 percent.
Most of that growth had nothing to do with traditional bone-in wings though. It was all about the boneless.
1 Comments in Response to Boneless Chicken Wings Are Getting A Whole Lot More Popular
nothing like east coast bone in wings from cocomos or east coast subs in penn station