Thanksgiving Dinner More Costly This Year

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Thanksgiving dinner is more expensive this year due to higher food prices, according to a new report by the Food Institute.

The group found the average Thanksgiving turkey costs $1.05 per pound - 33 percent higher than one year ago.

Other traditional Thanksgiving foods that cost more this year include potatoes, sweet potatoes, and onions.      

However, some items are less expensive this year. Those foods include frozen carrots, canned apples, green beans, and corn. 

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