NEW YORK — Supermarkets like Price Chopper, Trader Joe’s and Costco are successfully catering to kosher shoppers with their corporate brands, while Whole Foods, with its 365 Everyday Value brand, leaves a lot to be desired. That was the consensus of kosher distributors and manufacturer participants in a roundtable discussion here yesterday at the National Association of Specialty Food Trade’s Fancy Food Show. Price Chopper, Schenectady, N.Y., has its store-brand products certified kosher ...

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