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Overall, kosher products have experienced growing popularity in recent years, fueled in part by the belief that kosher products are healthier.
The most popular products, DeYoung says, are the outfit’s extensive line of hot dogs — Hebrew National’s Web site lists half a dozen different varieties of beef franks alone. Products still experiencing shortages, she says, include such packaged lunch meats as turkey and salami.
“Demand is outstripping the current supply,” she says. “We have built a new manufacturing facility” in Quincy, Mich., “to allow us to increase production to be able to fully meet demand.”
“The segment of the market that thinks kosher is an added value — that may be growing and that may be reflected in Hebrew National’s numbers,” Genack added.
But Muslims who maintain halal diets, for example, can eat kosher meat. And people who are lactose intolerant often look for the pareve label, indicating that no dairy was used in making a particular product.
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Did Hebrew National Stop making salami?
Both products are still available, but local availability can vary a lot.
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