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August 28, 2014

"Why Are Rotisserie Chickens So Cheap?"

The answer sounds right, if a bit . . . icky.

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Patrick R. Sullivan

At the Safeway near me, I can buy a cooked meatloaf for less than the price of a lb. of ground beef. Discriminatory pricing is a wonderful thing.

Larry

Interesting article. I've wondered why rotisserie chicken costs about the same as uncooked chicken.

I'm a big fan of rotisserie chicken. I can pick one up for $6.99 (4.99 on Wednesdays) and eat half of it that night and then the other half cold for lunch the next day. I can also use it in a chicken dish, like chicken enchiladas.

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