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Bozeman businesses and nonprofits will continue the tradition of providing no-cost Thanksgiving meals this year, at a time when inflation and soaring food prices have hit even the thriftiest of consumers.

High production costs for farmers coupled with an ongoing bird flu outbreak have driven up turkey prices by as much as 112% this year — but Bozemanites will still have several options to fill their bellies with turkey for free.

The Gallatin Valley Food Bank will distribute Thanksgiving boxes on Sunday in Bozeman and Belgrade. People interested in getting a box should sign up online before Saturday evening at https://gallatinvalleyfoodbank.org/our-event/thanksgiving-distribution/.


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Isabel Hicks is a Report for America corps member. She can be reached at 406-582-2651 or ihicks@dailychronicle.com.

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