SECAUCUS, N.J. — Retailers can jump-start the kosher food segment's slowed momentum by promoting kosher ingredients and frozen foods, Menachem Lubinsky, president of Lubicom Marketing and Consulting, Brooklyn, N.Y., told attendees during a keynote presentation at last week's Kosherfest here. “The kosher consumer is no longer Sadie, the old grandmother with the shopping cart — it's a younger consumer with a Lexus parked outside,” he said. “He's fast-moving, looking for pizzazz and would love ...

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