The Passover holiday contains countless traditions. There's the matzah and the sweet wine, the charoset and haggadot, the gefilte fish and the good fortune we celebrate. But perhaps most importantly, there is the gathering together of family and friends -- the people who make the singing, reading and eating around the seder table meaningful and special.
"Seltzer always seemed to be there," says the 73-year-old owner of North Hollywood's A-1 Seltzer & Beverage Co. "We drank it all the time. Jewish holidays or not, it didn't make a difference."
Zane's claims, after all, to keep the only Glatt kosher sausage factory in Los Angeles. And the place is so spotlessly clean you'd be surprised all sorts of meats are prepared right there. "The Orthodox come in," said Mr. Price, 57, a Sabra with a thick Israeli accent, "and say they haven't seen anything like this -- not even in New York!"