1.25 Billion Chicken Wings will be Eaten for Super Bowl

1.25 Billion Chicken Wings will be Eaten for Super Bowl

National Chicken Council

Americans will be eating a unbelievable number of chicken wings on Super Bowl Sunday. 1.25 Billion Chicken Wings will be consumed in just one day.

Turkey rules Thanksgiving, but the Chicken Wings rule Super Bowl Sunday. According to the National Chicken Council’s 2015 Wing Report, 1.25 billion wings will be eaten during Super Bowl 2015, as fans watch the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots battle for the Lombardi Trophy. The number is matching the record tied last year when the Seahawks defeated the Denver Broncos.

The National Chicken Council’s data shows that more than four in five U.S. adults (81%) eat chicken wings, holding steady from last year.

More than half (56%) of U.S. adults who eat chicken wings say they typically like to eat their wings with ranch dressing, according to a new National Chicken Council poll conducted online in January 2015 by Harris Poll.

Ranch is once again the #1 side or sauce typically eaten with wings, up from 51 percent last year but shy of the record of 57% two years ago. Only about one-third (36%) like to eat their wings with blue cheese dressing.  This is up from 32% last year.  Barbecue sauce even topped blue cheese, coming in at 42%.

Chicken Wings Super Bowl 2015

Check out our Super Bowl 2015 Dates, Times and FAQ Guide for everything you need to know about the Super Bowl XLIX. Also find out how to watch the Superbowl online.

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The Super Bowl 2015 will take place on February 1, 2015 in Arizona. The Super Bowl XLIX game will be played in the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. NBC is broadcasting the Super Bowl 2015. The Super Bowl 2015 Halftime Show will be performed by Katy Perry. The constantly updated Super Bowl Ads List is tracking all 2015 Super Bowl Ads. 

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