Butler police and fire officials spent about an hour Monday battling a blaze that started in the chicken rotisserie at the Butler Stop & Shop.
Fire Chief Jim Neill said the fire started around noon.
"It was burning pretty good," he said. "The chicken grease and the chickens were engulfed in flames."
Neill said no hose was used to extinguish the fire but six fire extinguishers were used by police officers and firefighters, disseminating a powder on to the grease. No damage, except to the chicken rotisserie, was reported and nobody was injured, Neill said.
"Nobody was hurt, except for the chickens. They turned out to be little hockey pucks," he said.
The Butler Board of Health later inspected the scene and deemed the store to be safe.