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Clark County shoppers see feast with fewer trimmings as food prices soar

Shoppers cut back, look for bargains to stretch Thanksgiving budgets

By , Columbian staff writer
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Jessica Moran, rings up items for Mary Frio of Hockinson at Grocery Outlet on Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard. The store has already seen an increase in foot traffic in preparation for the holidays.
Jessica Moran, rings up items for Mary Frio of Hockinson at Grocery Outlet on Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard. The store has already seen an increase in foot traffic in preparation for the holidays. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

With Thanksgiving on its way, families will be facing a new reality this year — a more expensive meal.

For most, Thanksgiving is a time to reflect and spend time with family. For those in the food industry, it’s considered to be one of the biggest, if not the biggest, American food holidays of the year.

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