CONSUMERS' HEARTS BEAT FOR CHICKEN BREAST: POLL

WASHINGTON -- Boneless, skinless chicken breast has continued to grow in popularity -- with 55% of consumers serving it, compared with 47% in 1995 -- and was rated the top cut of chicken by consumers, according to a recently released study, "Consumer Attitudes About and Usage of Chicken," commissioned by the National Broiler Council here.Most retailers interviewed by SN agreed with the survey's assessments

WASHINGTON -- Boneless, skinless chicken breast has continued to grow in popularity -- with 55% of consumers serving it, compared with 47% in 1995 -- and was rated the top cut of chicken by consumers, according to a recently released study, "Consumer Attitudes About and Usage of Chicken," commissioned by the National Broiler Council here.

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