NEW YORK - Passover begins at sundown on Wednesday, and with it come annual retail promotions for free and discounted matzo, the official food of the holiday. Discounts were better just a few years ago, when some chains offered free matzo with a smaller purchase and sometimes no purchase requirement at all. "They used to treat it like a turkey [Thanksgiving promotion]," said Howard Breitowich, senior category manager for kosher at Tree of Life, a specialty food distributor based in St. ...

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