Retailers in densely populated urban areas are beefing up the kosher sections of their meat departments, and say they are watching sales grow. At the same time, however, their more rural counterparts are showing relatively little interest in what is apparently still a less-than mainstream market. In interviews across the country about the role of kosher products in the meat department, SN found wide disparities between the experience and expectations of retailers in larger and coastal ...

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