(UNDATED) - The turkey dinner will cost a bit more this year.
According to a study from Purdue University, shoppers will see a moderate price increase in food up about 6.3 percent from last Thanksgiving.
There will be an adequate supply of turkeys this year with a 12 percent higher count than a year ago.
Turkey prices at the grocery store are averaging between $1.10 to $1.14 per pound compared to $1.11 last November.
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