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Prices Too Low to Be Kosher

Big chains battle corner markets for Jewish customers.

URL: http://www.jewishjournal.com/celebrations_simchas/article/prices_too_low_to_be_kosher_20050422

It happens every year, said Daryl Schwarz -- who opened this 100 percent-kosher market in 1989 -- only lately it's been getting worse. Large supermarket and discount chains are able to undersell kosher specialty markets on the very products that, traditionally, have been the Jewish stores' lifeblood.

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