NEW YORK — “Everything. Better.” That's the slogan for Pomegranate, a new 20,000-square-foot kosher store in the Midwood section of Brooklyn that some industry observers describe as a kosher version of Whole Foods Market. The three-month-old store boasts a large selection of natural and organic foods, like organic meats and juices and whole-grain cereals. It also has three kosher kitchens, and a variety of prepared meals and a vast appetizer section, store manager Mayer Gold told SN. ...

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