posted on Nov, 4 2011 @ 08:59 PM
Originally posted by B3lz3buth
reply to post by grandnic
I think I trust the rabbi more than the company inspector or the governement appointed heath inspector.
You know what's ironic ? I agree 100% with you on that one.
Good to see you are being less critical and thinking about the fact that you do have choices when it comes to food selection.
Here is something I found for you about a typical grocery chain in the Phoenix area. The store is 144,000 square feet. Now, notice how many square
feet, and what amount of shelf space the kosher food section gets.
This is a big deal, as the publication is a Jewish one:
At Tatum and Shea, that translates into 68 feet of shelf space and two endcaps (the displays at the end of supermarket aisles) for kosher packaged
foods; six doors of frozen kosher food (one will be for meat, five for other frozen foods); and an eight-foot open-air deli case featuring packaged
kosher grocery, meat and deli items.
It seems to me that in a marketplace like this in Phoenix, it would be the other way around with the people seeking Kosher foods complaining!
And oye vey, Phoenix gets a huge number of Jewish Snow birds from the east coast, up north etc., in the winter!
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