With consumers clucking about low-fat food, interest in chicken is game. Beef and pork have slipped in the meat department's pecking order as more and more grocery carts are laden with chicken, which now comes in more forms and varieties than ever. Consumer health and time concerns, too, continue to feed a ravenous demand for fresh-cooked chicken and ready-made chicken meals from supermarket delis and restaurants like Boston Market and Kenny Rogers' Roasters. Yet frozen chicken has not been ...

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