Turkey and the trimmings come at a cost this year
The cost of your Thanksgiving dinner is on the rise this year. The American Farm Bureau Federation says the retail cost for holiday staples like turkey and cranberries is up about 13%. AFBF Agriculture Policy Division Director Frankie Hall says the rise comes from a cost increase at the top of the chain.
He says, despite the nationwide increase, these prices are still among the cheapest around the world.
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