Kosher foods are no longer seasonal "must-have" sets of matzo, grape juice and gefilte fish. Today's menu includes chipolte tuna, Vidalia onion ranch dressing -- even Irish whiskey. Retailers interested in expanding their kosher merchandising these days have plenty of options. Highlighting new products is one; stocking imports reflecting global influences is another. Although the strict dietary laws can be demanding on operators, those who persevere are rewarded with repeat sales built on ...

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