Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Modiin, Israel - Three Pig-Selling Stores Bought Out By Orthodox Brothers

The religious-owned "Almost for Free Warehouses" chain has bought up three non-kosher "Tiv Taam" food stores, for the purpose of Kashering them.

Brothers Ronnie and Adi Tzim, owners of the Kim'at Chinam (Practically Free) chain, say they have no economic interest in buying the stores. They explain that their only goal is to rid the country of the sale of pig meat and other Treif items which Tiv Taam is noted for selling. Sources in the chain say the brothers continue seeking out other non-kosher stores that they can acquire and make kosher.

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