A chicken roaster is on the market in Chicago, where it will compete against the world-beating Weber brand.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the Bello Poultry Market opened in September 2015 in the former Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago.
The company has sold more than 10 million chickens since the beginning of the year.
A few years ago, it was the world leader in roasting live poultry.
But now, the market is struggling.
The price of live poultry is up 50 percent in the last two years, and the number of birds slaughtered for meat has nearly doubled in recent years.
Bello and Weber’s roasters compete for the same market segment, with consumers seeking better value for their money.
The competition is fierce.
The price of a roaster can vary from a few cents for a chicken breast to over $1,000 for a head.
But the average price of chicken sold in Chicago has been $1.30 per pound since 2010.
According the Chicago Sun-Times, consumers are willing to pay more for live poultry because it has less waste.
But the market has a way to go to stay competitive, especially when it comes to live roasting.
In the United States, the industry’s growth is slowing, and it’s also becoming more expensive.
Last year, the average cost of a chicken sold for $1 was about $1 million, according to a Chicago-based chicken broker.
The average price for a rooster was $4,000.
In 2018, the total cost of chicken in the United Kingdom was estimated at $1 billion.
The market’s market share in the UK was just under 5 percent, but that was expected to grow, as consumers were willing to shell out more money for live roasts, according the BBC.