NEW YORK - Bargain prices are driving up chicken sales, according to retailers interviewed by SN. Chicken prices have been dropping sharply, in response to falling demand in foreign countries where bird flu has cropped up. While some reports noted retail prices have not fallen at the same speed as wholesale prices, retailers insisted their customers are benefiting from the reductions. "Food Lion is paying less for chicken and we're passing those savings on to customers," said Jeff ...

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