Wingstop wants to raise its own chickens

The wing chain said Tuesday that it is actively exploring acquiring or building its own “poultry complex” in the next two to three years, to mitigate pricing volatility in its core commodity.


Wingstop gets into the chicken sandwich business

The wing chain, whose stock price has fallen more than 50% this year, is testing “sauced-and-tossed” chicken sandwiches in 11 flavors at 60 restaurants.

The wing chain said it opened its dining rooms at the end of March, after shuttering them at the outset of the pandemic.

The chicken wing chain is steadily growing its international footprint.

The fast casual plans to open four ghost kitchens in Madrid in the coming months, part of a broader global expansion effort.

When your emerging chain is suddenly thrust into the national spotlight, is it time to shout your story or keep your lips sealed?

Morrison’s abrupt resignation this week from the publicly traded wing chain he transformed over the past decade, to helm 50-unit regional concept Salad and Go, is a major industry surprise.

Morrison is leaving to become CEO of 50-unit drive-thru salad concept Salad and Go. Wingstop President and COO Michael Skipworth is now chief executive officer.

The fast-growing wing chain saw a 27.5% increase in bone-in wing prices during the fourth quarter, but said the cost finally appears to be on a downward trend.

Six things to know about the fast casual’s new “restaurant of the future,” and why it’s so bullish on using technology to sell more chicken wings.

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