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Tops to sell Anchor Bar wings


There are now an additional 71 ways across the region to pick up an order of Anchor Bar chicken wings.

Tops Friendly Markets said Monday it has entered into a deal to sell the popular food item — created by the well-known Buffalo restaurant — at its grocery outlets in Western and Central New York and northwest Pennsylvania.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Tops, based in Williamsville, becomes the first food retailer licensed to sell Anchor Bar Buffalo Wings in its 71-store chain.

Company officials said that five varieties of Anchor Bar chicken wings are available, fully cooked, in the prepared food section of all Tops locations everyday.

The Anchor Bar restaurant on Main Street in Buffalo is credited with creating the original “Buffalo Wing” in 1964.

It is also the second outside partnership signed by Tops with another popular area restaurant chain. By the end of 2008 Tops expects to have a Tim Hortons presence in all of its stores, as well as Tops Xpress locations.

article from:
http://www.bizjournals.com/buffalo/stories/2008/11/17/daily7.html

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