SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (FNS) -- Price Chopper here created a "Supermarket Sukkah" in the parking lot of one of its Albany stores to serve its Jewish customers during the recent harvest celebration. A sukkah is a temporary structure where meals are eaten during the eight-day holiday of Sukkot, which is both a harvest festival and a commemoration of the 40 years chronicled in the Bible when the Hebrews wandered in the desert, living in sukkah-like buildings, after they had been freed from slavery ...
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