Bidenflation has sent the cost of your Thanksgiving dinner fixings soaring this year, a report says.
The average cost of a meal for ten people is up 25 percent since 2019, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Per Just the News:
The group found the 2023 cost will be $61.17, compared to $53.31 in 2021, the closest year to the 2019 comparison point given in the group’s press release on the matter.
Despite the increase, the cost of the meal will be less this year compared to 2022 – $61.17 versus $64.05.
The group said its national survey found the 2023 meal will be the second-most expensive in the survey’s 38-year history.
The survey found the lower price this year compared to last year – 4.5% – is “predominantly driven by a reduced cost of turkey.”
The survey also found lower costs in seven of 11 traditional side dishes listed.
However, it found pumpkin pie and dinner rolls have increased the most in cost this year, with the pumpkin pie having a 3.8% increase and rolls having a 3% increase.
Every single thing we need has gone way up, taxing the budgets of the lower and middle classes to the breaking point.
So far, every holiday has increased in costs every year during Joe Biden’s horrific term in office. Just last month it was revealed that Halloween candy costs were up 13 percent over the costs in 2022.