Retailers tell SN that they are seeing chicken fly off the shelves these days, thanks to increased production and lower prices. "Chicken sales are up 25% over last year,"said Howard Miller, director of procurement at Central Market, the Austin, Texas, fresh-food market owned by H.E. Butt Grocery Co., San Antonio. At Clemens Markets, Kulpsville, Pa., chicken sales last year were up 12%, according to Al Kober, meat buyer and merchandiser. Kober also said that sales in all Clemens stores were ...
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