Inflation & Thanksgiving: How consumers think increasing prices will impact the holiday

Consumers think inflation will impact their Thanksgiving dinner table this year.

Butterball found that 79 percent of consumers expect inflation to play a part in how they celebrate the holiday, but 82% of that number are still planning to serve turkey!

Turkey remains the most popular part of the traditional meal and 81% of hosts plan to buy the same size or even bigger bird this year.


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