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A shopper at the Bethlehem Village Store perused an aisle containing kosher products.

In N.H. town, a cultural widening

Bethlehem residents, stores responding to influx of Jews

By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / June 11, 2007

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BETHLEHEM, N.H. -- Kosher history was made in this North Country town as clerks at the Bethlehem Village Store recently moved aside boxes of Luvs diapers and cases of Budweiser to make way for Manischewitz matzo meal, borscht, gefilte fish, potato pancake mix, and Tam-Tam crackers. (Full article: 1111 words)

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