Kosher offerings are far exceeding the periphery of the Passover Seder plate. As items ranging from Cheerios to M&Ms and Cracker Jack become certified as meeting the requirements of Jewish dietary laws, retailers are catering to a host of shoppers with expanded selections of their once-seasonal offerings. Wakefern's ShopRite has delved deeper into the category with private-label lines, while Giant Eagle has created store-within-a-store kosher departments in which specialty items, such ...
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