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Got A Kosher Dog?

By , Clearwater, FL

Can I have a kosher hotdog? If this is what stands in the way of Jewish families who would entertain switching to a kosher diet, especially when kids are asking, it won’t anymore. While there are many staple kosher food items in large supermarkets everywhere, kosher dairy and meat products are harder to come by outside of major Jewish cities.

So Chabad of Clearwater in Pinnelas County, Florida, stocked up on the basics: chicken, meat, salami, milk, cheese, Israel products and of course, some good Kosher franks, are now available to local Jewish families. One less excuse when it comes to making—and keeping—the kosher commitment in time for the Jewish New Year.

To learn more about Kosher visit OK Kosher.


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