Across the country, chicken wings are running low. Pottstown Meat and Deli owner Bob Barth said it's just a matter of supply and demand. He said the drought was not good on poultry producers and it's leaving suppliers with fewer wings to sell.
"It's more of an issue of supply and demand with the big weekend. It's forecasted that there is going to be 12.3 billion wings consumed with the Superbowl game."
The good news... Barth said after the Superbowl the price of wings will go down. He said right now one pound is selling for about $3.00.