The American Farm Bureau’s annual Thanksgiving survey shows the cost of the traditional turkey dinner down for the third straight year in a row.
Each year, the organization distributes a survey to members throughout the country to report prices for various Turkey-day items. It’s a brief insight into the state of retail food price trends. While the overall cost was down, a few items were up including cranberries, pumpkin pie mix, and stuffing. A gallon of milk showed the steepest decline.
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Farm Bureau Survey: Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Down for Third Straight Year