Thanks To Bidenflation, The Cost Of Your Family’s Thanksgiving Meal Is Still Outrageously High

Thanks To Bidenflation, The Cost Of Your Family’s Thanksgiving Meal Is Still Outrageously High


Americans who plan to serve their family and friends a traditional Thanksgiving feast on Thursday will once again need to dig deep into their hurting pocketbooks to pay for it, new data from the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) suggests.

To feed a family of 10 a Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, buttered rolls, cranberries, veggies, and pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream, this year, the average American will shell out $61.17.

AFBF, which highlights holiday food prices annually, noted the cost of the 2023 feast is “Down Slightly from Record High in 2022” but warned this year’s Turkey Day meal “still reflects historically high costs.”

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The 2023 feast total may be a 4.5 percent decrease from the record-high average of $64.05 set

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