(Indianapolis, IN) - It seems like Hoosiers will pay less for a Thanksgiving meal than the national average this year, based on information from a new survey by the Indiana Farm Bureau.
According to the INFB, Indiana residents will pay an average of $54.64 to feed ten people on Thanksgiving. That’s about 11 percent lower than the $6.12 cost to feed the same number of people on Thanksgiving nationwide.
In addition, Hoosiers will also pay about 10 percent less than last year as per the Bureau
On average, a 16-pound turkey in Indiana will cost $22.11, while the expense of fixings such as cranberries will be $2.26 per pound.
See the above graphic for the prices of other traditional Thanksgiving food items based on the annual INFB survey.