This Thanksgiving, amid inflation and rising food prices, Walmart said it will offer "this year's Thanksgiving meal at last year's price."

"Saving money is a top priority for our customers right now, so this year, we’re removing inflation on an entire basket containing traditional Thanksgiving items," Walmart said on its website. "We made significant investments on top of our everyday low prices so customers can get a traditional Thanksgiving meal at last year’s price at Walmart."

Walmart said it is rolling out "last year's" pricing and customers will be able to take advantage of the savings through December 26.

WSYX reports that as the nation continues to deal with supply chain issues, Walmart said it has been working with suppliers for months to ensure a young supply for holiday meal essentials.

"The past couple of years have shown us that how our customers gather during the holidays is changing, with celebrations big and small," Walmart said. "To best serve our customers all the ways they holiday, we offer an expanded selection of turkey offerings, from traditional whole turkeys of all sizes to bone-in breasts, boneless roasts and smoked turkeys."