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Description: 1.42 Billion Chicken Wings: that’s a whole lot of chicken projected to be eaten in the United States on Super Bowl Sunday. Though prices are up over last year, the good news from the National Chicken Council (NCC) is that there are no fears of a wing shortage, unlike the situation accompanying last year’s big game. In a rather humorous twist for the NCC, its spokesperson is named Tom Super.

Date:  February 10, 2022

Source:  msn.com

 Link: https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/foodnews/how-many-wings-are-eaten-on-super-bowl-sunday/ar-AATHF34

Discussion points:

1) What are your favourite foods for a Super Bowl party?

2) How has the pandemic changed things as far as campus events like Super Bowl parties?

3) Page 6-14 of Wiley’s Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making tells us something about how Maple Leaf Foods, a major Canadian food processor, accounts for its inventory. What inventory cost formula does Maple Leaf use?

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