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(JTA) — Kosher food is now available at Frankfurt Airport.

According to the website chabad.info, two kosher vending machines have been installed at Frankfurt am Main Airport, German’s main international airfield. They are under the supervision of Rabbi Menachem Gurewitz of nearby Offenbach.

One is near the airport synagogue and the other is at the departure gate used by Lufthansa Airlines for its Tel Aviv-bound flights.

 Chabad.info is not formally affiliated with the Chabad leadership.

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