Columbus’ Jewish leaders seek a solution because kosher food is still scarce

Sherry Glickstein and her husband have eaten less meat over the past several yearsAnd the But it has nothing to do with a modern, new diet.

Much to their dismay, quality kosher meat is simply difficult to find in central Ohio.

Glickstein, who had grown up in New York, was able to walk a few blocks to a kosher butcher there. But since moving to New Albany in 2003, access to meat prepared according to the laws of the Jewish diet has become increasingly difficult.

more:Kroger announced that the only supervised kosher meat counter in Greater Columbus will be closing next year

Glickstein said there were more selections at local chain grocery stores — and even a kosher market and bakery — but the selection has dwindled.

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