WSJ US BusinessThanksgiving in a Pandemic Means Smaller Birds, Fewer Leftovers

November 14, 20200
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This year’s Thanksgiving celebrations are shaping up to be a little more fancy, a little more pricey and a lot smaller than usual.

Many people are planning to avoid travel and to gather in smaller numbers as Covid-19 cases climb to new heights. Grocers are gearing up to sell smaller turkeys and less-hefty quantities of side dishes. Food makers, meanwhile, are catering to first-time Thanksgiving chefs, and restaurants are touting takeout feasts for those would rather not cook. Here’s what to expect as you prepare your holiday…

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