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Thanksgiving will be cheaper this year, thanks to waning bird flu

The cost of a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 is down 4.5% from last year, according to the annual holiday report from the American Farm Bureau Federation.


October brings hiccup in food-at-home inflation

Grocery pricing inches up month to month despite no sequential gain in overall Consumer Price Index.

Numerator consumer panel data also show that GLP-1 households tend to make fewer stock-up visits and buy online more often.

Convenience, cost and high grocery prices, among other factors, are steering households with kids toward foodservice, new research from TransUnion reveals.

Nearly four out of five shoppers plan to celebrate Thanksgiving with their usual traditions, even though more than a third expect to pay more, according to new Circana research.

Circana research shows consumers on GLP-1 medications are changing—but not reducing—their food and beverage purchases.

Real GDP surged by almost 5% in the third quarter, though food and beverage purchases ticked down.

Average consumer spend for winter retail selling season to rise 5% to $875, the National Retail Federation projected.

Pace of core retail sales gains is slowing down, the National Retail Federation’s chief economist reported.

Deloitte study shows these departments carry the most weight with shoppers for diet and health needs and with retailers for driving sales growth.

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