Wingstop wants to raise its own chickens

Taking matters into their own hands: popular chicken wing chain, Wingstop, is looking at building its own poultry complex to help limit price volatility, a rare move in the restaurant industry.

The company’s CFO says they hope to get it done in the next two to three years. They are currently meeting with third-party experts to learn about growing and harvesting chickens.

Wingstop also said it is looking at ways to co-invest in a poultry-producing operation to allow for a quicker timeline.

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