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A McDonald's restaurant's drive-thru sign is pictured in Los Angeles April 4, 2011. (MARIO ANZUONI/REUTERS)
A McDonald's restaurant's drive-thru sign is pictured in Los Angeles April 4, 2011. (MARIO ANZUONI/REUTERS)

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Carrick on money: How McDonald’s helps make chicken pricier Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets an d all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.

How McDonald’s helps make chicken pricier
McDonald’s is massive enough of a buyer of food products that when it adds chicken wings to its menu, as will happen in September and through the fall, chicken prices will start to rise.

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