U.S. Thanksgiving dinner cost jumps with inflation on the menu, though deals remain

Published by
Reuters

By Tom Polansek and Christopher Walljasper CHICAGO (Reuters) – Thanksgiving dinner will cost U.S. consumers an average of 14% more this year in the biggest annual increase in 31 years, the American Farm Bureau Federation said, though shoppers can still find deals in grocery stores. Rising food and gas prices are squeezing U.S. consumers as the pandemic snarls global supply chains and the economic drag from the summer wave of COVID-19 infections fades. The Farm Bureau, which represents U.S. farmers and the broader agriculture industry, pointed to inflation and supply-chain disruptions for lifti…

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *