They cost $20 and Stove Top is donating $10,000 proceeds to feeding America.
In a video that seems like a parody ad from "Saturday Night Live," the company trumpets the pants' stretchy waistband and leftover-appropriate pockets, all decorated with images of stuffing. The family's frustration appeared to be diminished by the stretchy trousers.
Stove Top, a popular stuffing brand by Kraft, is selling "Thanksgiving Dinner Pants" to make Thanksgiving dinner a more comfortable experience.
Farmers make good corn harvest progress
CBOT December corn settled up 2 cents at $3.43-1/2 per bushel, holding above the contract low set Thursday at $3.40-3/4. The most active soybean futures were little changed at $9.86-3/4 a bushel, after firming 0.2 percent on Friday.