• Happy Thanksgiving!

Jeff Westover

Chief Elf Officer
MMC Founder
Santa's Elf
Kringle Radio DJ
Oct 7, 2004
Cache Valley, Utah
You will need to shop early for Thanksgiving this year. Word got out fast about early Christmas shopping but few know of the problems coming in shopping for Thanksgiving. Significant food shortages on traditional Thanksgiving items are already showing with Thanksgiving now about a month away.
Major food distributors in the United States are scrambling to meet the anticipated needs.
Some are now saying that items such as boxed stuffing, canned pumpkin, canned cranberries, ice cream, marshmallow, and even pie crusts could be caught short.  Baking staples such as flour and sugar will be available but some traditional spices or even chocolate will be in short supply or could cost a lot more this year.
“The CDC is warning us all to have smaller gatherings,” said Hector Jolley, a supply chain manager for a major west coast distributor. “That might make an individual family purchase less. But everyone is going to still be eating Thanksgiving somewhere. The demand is as great as it has...

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