The Bottom Line On Thanksgiving

By: Stephanie Shoop
By: Stephanie Shoop

Grocery stores are crowded with people getting their Thanksgiving meal ingredients.

Many of those shoppers are finding some parts of turkey day are costing a little more this year. The turkey, dairy products and eggs are the biggest culprits in increased costs.

The American Farm Bureau estimates a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 will cost $4.16 more than it did last year. That's the biggest increase since 1986.

To check out the costs on everything from cranberries to pumpkin pie filling, click on the related link below.

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