Secaucus, N.J. -- A range of shelf-stable products took home awards at the recent KosherFest trade show held here earlier this month. Winners were named in three categories, and several came from outside the United States. Winning Passover grocery items from a traditional ethnic supplier were: grape juice from Lexus Foods, Rougemont, Quebec, said to be the first kosher-certified grape juice from Canada; canned pickles from Osem USA, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; and Portok wine from Binyamina ...

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