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Rising prices are on the menu for Thanksgiving this year

With Thanksgiving just two weeks away, food and family are on many people's minds. But turkey and travel will carry a hefty price tag this year. The annual inflation rate in October was 7.7%.

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The Broughton family prepares for their dinner prayers during a gathering on November 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Prices for Thanksgiving staples like turkey are on the rise this year, thanks to inflation. Brandon Bell/Getty Images hide caption

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Rising prices are on the menu for Thanksgiving, with inflation currently at 7.7%

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