Drought causes price hike on holiday trimmings
UNDATED (WHDH) -- That traditional holiday feast expected to cost you lot more this year.
On average, shoppers will pay about 15-percent more for turkey and all the trimmings.
Prices increased the most for apples and apple ciders; they're up 30-percent as parts of the country deal with a drought.
Agriculture analysts said this is just the beginning. The largest price hikes aren't expected to hit stores until February of next year.