Buffalo Wild Wings Has Hilarious Response to Lawsuit Claiming Boneless Wings Are Not Wings – WSB-TV Channel 2

ATLANTA – Atlanta-based restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings had a hilarious response to a category motion lawsuit alleging its boneless wings are rooster nuggets.

The favored sports activities bar chain appeared to agree in a tweet on Monday.

“That’s true. Our boneless wings are all chicken rooster. Our hamburgers comprise no ham. Our buffalo wings are 0% buffalo,” the corporate tweeted Monday afternoon.

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The person who filed the lawsuit, Aimen Halim, stated within the grievance that the corporate falsely advertises one among its merchandise.


He’s suing Buffalo Wild Wings together with Atlanta-based Encourage Manufacturers Inc., alleging that Encourage is “answerable for the meeting, preparation, promoting, advertising, and sale” of the restaurant chain’s wings.

Halim alleges the businesses are concerned in “the false and deceptive advertising and promotion of Buffalo Wild Wings’ Boneless Wings” and continues, “Specifically, the title and outline of the merchandise (ie, as ‘Boneless Wings’) are cheap shoppers consider the merchandise are literally rooster wings,” WGN reported

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He claims he purchased boneless wings from an Illinois location earlier this yr and stated he thought they have been 100% wing meat, however as a substitute of being boneless rooster wings, they have been a mixture of completely different rooster meats and when he needed to knew he wouldn’t have paid that a lot and even purchased her.

“The merchandise aren’t wings in any respect, however slices of rooster breast fried like wings. In actual fact, the merchandise are extra like a rooster nugget than a rooster wing in composition,” Halim’s lawsuit reads, in accordance with WKRC.

The lawsuit alleges that prospects “truly suffered hurt from the defendants’ fraudulent practices.”

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