Kosher market opens in Prague

(JTA) — A kosher grocery has opened in Prague.

King Solomon’s Bakery and Deli, located in the city’s Jewish Quarter, is the first all-kosher grocery in the Czech capital since World War II, according to a report from Radio Prague. The store is currently selling Passover food..

One of the owners, Michal Günsberger, opened a kosher restaurant in Prague in the early 1990s. He told Radio Prague that a kosher grocery store was the logical next step. The store is planning to open its own bakery and will also offer kishka, pastrami and other Jewish specialties.

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