Thanksgiving Under Biden Is Now The Most Expensive Ever

(RoyalPatriot.com )- This year, the price of your bird for thanksgiving will be significantly higher.

The price index that measures the cost of turkey and other poultry is up 16.9%.

Other Thanksgiving essentials are also more expensive now.

Pies are included in the index, which is up 18.6%.

The price of ice cream is up 13.3%.

Cranberry sauce sales are up 18.7% among canned fruits.

The price of fresh potatoes is up 15.6%.

Rolls, biscuits, and muffins are up 13.6 percent on the index.

Butter costs have increased by 26.7%.

Salad dressing sales are up 19.7%%.

The cost of gravy and sauce has increased by 14.6%.

Prices of meals at home have increased overall by 12.4%.

You’ll at least feel a little better about washing it all down. Wine is only up 3.2%.

Do you want to lose the extra holiday weight? The price of personal care services, which include personal trainers, has increased by 5.7%.

In this era of Bidenflation, it is practically a bargain.

The White House boasted last year that Americans had saved 16 cents on July 4. Due to inflation under President Joe Biden, the cost of a Fourth of July 2022 BBQ spread, including burgers, potato salad, and corn on the cob, has increased by $10 this year.

According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, Fourth of July barbecue prices will increase by 17% from the previous year. A bbq will cost roughly $70 for ten people. The most significant jump in price was for ground beef, with a two-pound rise of 36% from 2021.

Farm Bureau president Zippy Duvall said in a statement that although the price per person is still low at $7, the rise in food and supplies is a severe issue in the United States and internationally.

Under Biden, inflation this year hit a 40-year high. The USDA predicts a 20 percent increase in food prices as a result. According to a recent AP-NORC poll, most Americans, including Republicans and Democrats, are incredibly dissatisfied with the economy’s health.

Many farmers are making less money because supply costs, such as fuel and fertilizer prices, have increased.