This year's Passover holiday saw record sales of kosher food, retailers and industry insiders say, due to greater variety of items and more prominent merchandising. "It's not only Passover food; it's kosher food in general," said Jerry Dorf, president of the Kosher Food Distributors of America, Milwaukee, which represents food distributors that call on supermarkets. "We are seeing an increase in kosher food year-round, and that is helping to expand the Passover sales." Dorf said he has ...
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