Be sure to snatch up your Thanksgiving turkey, gravy and cranberry sauce as quickly as possible ahead of the holiday, because many stores are beginning to run out of stock.
Market research firm IRI is reporting that various popular Thanksgiving essentials are running low this year.
According to CNN Business, retailer supplies of frozen turkeys, packaged pies, liquid gravy and cranberry sauce are all lower than they were in 2020.
Typically, retailers typically want to have an in-stock rate of 95 percent, according to Krishnakumar Davey, the president of IRI’s strategic analytics practices.
Last year, retailers selling Thanksgiving essentials fell short of that goal, and this year, it looks like supply will be much worse.