Fancy Food Roundtable: Retailers Should Kosher Certify Store Brands

Supermarkets like Price Chopper, Trader Joe’s and Costco are successfully catering to kosher shoppers with their corporate brands, while Whole Foods, with its 365 Everyday Value brand, leaves a lot to be desired.

NEW YORK — Supermarkets like Price Chopper, Trader Joe’s and Costco are successfully catering to kosher shoppers with their corporate brands, while Whole Foods, with its 365 Everyday Value brand, leaves a lot to be desired.

That was the consensus of kosher distributors and manufacturer participants in a roundtable discussion here yesterday at the National Association of Specialty Food Trade’s Fancy Food Show.

Price Chopper, Schenectady, N.Y., has its store-brand product

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