One week to the celebration of Thanksgiving Day, the citizens of practically the whole country they have encountered high prices for turkeys.
It is of little use that North Carolina be the second state at country with the increased production of turkeys, local business owners have raised the price of turkeys.
There is some concern in the demand that exists this year with the smaller turkeys, as the executive director of Butterball assured that they will be more difficult to find.
In large part it is due to the labor shortage that has affected almost all industries during the pandemic caused by COVID-19.
Jessica Evans, from Evans Family Farm, believes that “people do not travel as much and have smaller meetings”.
“We’re seeing grocery store prices go up, shopping at your local farm will not be much different than what you see in stores,” he said. Evans.
For its part, Alex White, from Sweet’s Turkey BBQ on GreensboroHe explained that “in order for us to maintain our prices, we have to go looking in different areas.”
“We have to get a good deal and keep our prices comparable for our customers,” he added to Fox 8.
Local business owners explain that prices are higher at all levels of the supply chain, and ensure that customers understand these issues.
“They are definitely understanding because they are consumers like us. Everyone knows that the cost of things is increasing, “he declared. White.
The celebration of the Thanksgiving on 2021 is more expensive than previous years for consumers.
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