WASHINGTON — Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings comes with a higher price tag this year. The American Farm Bureau Federation's informal price survey found that the retail price of the ingredients for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner went up about 13% from 2010. A classic meal for ten averages $49.20, or $5 per person this year. The American Farm Bureau Federation defined a classic Thanksgiving dinner as one that includes 16 pound turkey, bread stuffing, sweet potatoes, buttered ...

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