Thanksgiving Dinners are just around the corner, and just as with everything else in the world, the supply chain shortages caused by COVID-19 are likely to affect your plans. A new report found there's already quite a shortage of some of your dinner table standards, and as demand rises over the next two weeks you could really have some trouble finding some of them.
Here are the five Thanksgiving foods you might have trouble finding this year:
1. Whole turkeys. Grocery stores only have 39% as many as they normally would right now. So if you've got room in your freezer, it might be a good idea to snag one.
2. Cranberry sauce. Around 80% of the normal stock, and it's dropping.
3. Yams and sweet potatoes. Stores have about 75% as many as they normally would.
4. Stove Top Stuffing, and generic brands too. We might be okay on that one though. Supplies are currently at 88% of normal levels, and rising.
5. Pre-made refrigerated pies. They could be sold out around Thanksgiving. Frozen pies should be a little easier to find though.