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How is inflation impacting your Thanksgiving dinner plans this year? | Your Opinion

Posted: 12:30 PM, Nov 16, 2022
Updated: 2022-11-16 14:32:20-05

DENVER – Inflation isn’t just impacting gas prices at the pump or your weekly grocery shopping list, it’ll also have an effect on how much you’ll be paying for everything you need for Thanksgiving dinner this year.

A Thanksgiving Dinner Price Survey from the Colorado Farm Bureau shows Colorado shoppers can expect to pay 4.8% more than the national average, putting the cost for a meal of ten guests at $67.14 this year, which comes to about $6.71 per person.

As you prepare for Thanksgiving this year, we want Your Opinion. How is inflation going to impact your Thanksgiving plans this year?

  • What are some ways in which you’re planning to save money as you shop for Thanksgiving items this year?
  • What other changes are you seeing within your family for Thanksgiving given the rise in food prices this year?

We invite you to share Your Opinion with the Denver7 360 team and we’ll compile your answers together to share with our audience and readers to help us consider different perspectives to the issues we face.

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