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Sad News: Best Value Glatt Kosher Market Closing, January 5


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Sad News: Best Value Glatt Kosher Market Closing, January 5

Bashful3 | Dec 31, 2006 09:40 PM

I was so sad when a Philadelphia friend who also shops there told me this. She asked the owners why they were closing, and was told the competition from the supermarkets was responsible. In other words, places like Kosher Experience had siphoned off so much business there wasn't enough left for them to make a living.

I don't even keep Kosher in my home, but I relied upon them for food to buy, so my daughter could visit and eat in my home, on paper, etc, etc. I also bought certain cuts of meat that I just felt were head and shoulders ahead of the quality I could buy anywhere else that I didn't mind paying a premium, even though it was for my own use.

Any suggestions for Glatt Kosher meats and prepared food in the Philadelphia area,to meet the highest standards, which my daughter insists upon? And please don't tell me Kosher Experience, because I'm a little bummed out about them right now.

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