(Washington, D.C.) -- Some families may be thinking twice about their Thanksgiving feast amid rising grocery prices.
Experts say turkeys are on track to break a record set in 2015. The average wholesale cost for hams and hens is also up. The cost of last year's dinner dropped two-bucks. This year's report isn't out yet but all the fixings are expected to be more.
And that's not all, as the nation's supply chain is struggling, triggering fears of Christmas shortages.