NEW YORK — Balducci’s here issued an apology for an “unfortunate error and oversight” that allowed various hams at one location to be advertised with signs indicating they were “delicious for Chanukah.” The signs were spotted at a Balducci’s location in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan by a writer, NancyKay Shapiro, who photographed the displays and published them on a website; the story was then picked up by the New York Daily News. Shapiro wrote she was “tickled” by the ...

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