Fool Video: Buffalo Wild Wings CEO Sally Smith on High-Flying Chicken Prices

Rising commodity prices have become a challenge for businesses like Chipotle (NYSE: CMG  ) (NYSE: CMG-B  ) , Starbucks (NYSE: SBUX  ) , and Panera (Nasdaq: PNRA  ) . In a recent trip to Minneapolis, our team of Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio analysts had food on their mind. In this installment of "Fool Video," Buffalo Wild Wings (Nasdaq: BWLD  ) CEO Sally Smith talks to The Motley Fool about rising prices and the business of buffalo wings.

 

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Chipotle has been recommended by both Motley Fool Hidden Gems and Motley Fool Rule Breakers. Buffalo Wild Wings is a Motley Fool Hidden Gems recommendation and Panera is a Motley Fool Hidden Gems Pay Dirt pick. Starbucks is a selection of Stock Advisor and Inside Value. The Motley Fool owns shares of Buffalo Wild Wings and Starbucks. 

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  • Report this Comment On July 09, 2008, at 1:46 PM, jwaydog wrote:

    Hey, who cut this recording? She started to talk about gas prices and the tape was clearly edited. What did she say?

    Did the "so called" decision not to lock in chicken wing prices have anything to do with the fact that no company would give a long term contract? Yes I think so! She acts as if this decision to "float the market" on wings was actually a choice. In a skyrocketing commodities market why would bwld chose not to lock in wing prices?

    Again, who cut the video?

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