As we celebrate the month of gratitude, let us not forget the unsung heroes of the food behind our favorite recipes: farmworkers.
Pamela and Greg ponder the 9% of Americans who don't celebrate Thanksgiving, and the 32% planning to get takeout or dine at a restaurant.
Nearly half of Americans surveyed by Green Giant say that they will attend at least one Friendsgiving event this year
Inspired by convenience and cost savings, one-third of consumers (32%) plan to order takeout/delivery for Thanksgiving dinner this year while 17% plan to dine in person at a restaurant.
This week’s price index is a little misleading. Despite appearances, fresh produce for your Turkey Day menu is a bit more affordable than last year.
Nearly all U.S. consumers say they plan to celebrate Thanksgiving, with 88% planning to purchase food and 33% planning to purchase alcohol.
This is a 4.5% decrease from last year’s record-high average of $64.05, but a Thanksgiving meal is still 25% higher than it was in 2019.
Square released the latest edition of its quarterly Restaurant Industry Report, which uses data across Square’s food and beverage sellers to examine dining trends and shifts in both consumer spending and restaurant wages.
Kroger's Thanksgiving meal promotions offer options for a "Freshgiving" meal for $5 per person, with multiple options offered in fresh.
Heavy rain is forecasted for the Southeastern U.S. and California this week. This may come as dismal news for growers nearing harvest, but it is a reason to give thanks for off-season growers still fighting the effects of extreme drought.