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This year's dinner is stuffed with inflation

From turkey to sides and desserts, how much will you spend this Thanksgiving?

Published November 18 2021
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Thanksgiving Dinner Infographic alt text Title: This year’s Thanksgiving dinner is stuffed with inflation Published: November 18, 2021 This year’s dinner is stuffed with inflation. We’re spending more to celebrate Thanksgiving. From turkey… The price of turkey is gradually increasing. In 2019, a turkey cost $0.81 per pound. The price of turkey increased in 2020, costing $1.21 per pound. The price of turkey is projected to increase again to a projected $1.36 per pound in 2021. … to sides and desserts. While turkey is increasing, the sides and deserts are also increasing. From September 2020 to September 2021: there was a 2% increase of fresh veggies. Baked goods had a 3% increase. Fresh fruits then increased by 5%. Meats, poultry, and fish increased by 10%. There was a 13% increase of eggs. Information sources: USDA, September 2021; USDA, October 2021; CNBC, November 2020; The New York Times, October 2021; Quartz, October 2021. Infographic illustrating increasing price of turkey, sides and dessert. Data is directly reflected in associated text.