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Chinese appetite for chicken paws proves a boon for U.S. producers

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STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. — They’re chewy, grisly, and — at best — rather tasteless by Western standards, and they go by a name that’s not particularly appealing, either. But, according to the USA Poultry & Egg Export Council, chicken paws, that clawed part of the bird’s anatomy which is so ignored or maligned as a food item here in the U.S., is a gastronomic smash in China.

It’s an oddity similar to chicken preferences in the U.S. where wings are so popular that they are valued more highly than the rest of the bird.

The Chinese desire. . .

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