American families will spend about 14% more this year on their holiday dinner thanks to higher prices of turkey, flour, eggs and other staples, according to data from Information Resources Inc. Increasing costs of ingredients, production and transportation–coupled with extreme weather and avian influenza outbreaks across the U.S. that affected millions of birds–could add up to what IRI projects to be the most pricey Thanksgiving meal in recent memory.

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