Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, Thanksgiving will likely be a very different affair for many of us. According to the New York Times, surveys conducted by the major holiday food supply companies like Butterball, Hormel, and Kroger, found that Americans are planning for a more intimate gathering this year. In anticipation of customer demand, supermarkets are stocking smaller turkeys. But if you need a larger bird, there will be plenty on hand as well. Either way, experts expect the holiday will still take place in some form next month.
Thanksgiving Turkeys Will Be Smaller This Year
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