Thursday, June 13, 2024

Buying whole chicken may still be better for your budget

By Elizabeth Poisson Poultry Times staff epoisson@poultrytimes.com

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — There are so many types of chicken at the grocery store like whole chickens, chicken parts and frozen chicken.

Many people believe that buying chicken parts is more convenient because there are no bones in the meat, and they are easier to cook. Apart from the legs, buying chicken parts is more expensive than getting a whole chicken. There are also fewer options for preparation. Some of the differences include:

Costs

On average, people save $10 a week when they buy the whole bird according to yofreesamples.com. Kitchn.com said whole chickens include two breasts. . .

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