Empire Kosher chief recognized for food donations

Steven M. Cohen
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SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) — The head of Empire Kosher Poultry was honored for helping to feed New York’s Jewish poor.

Greg Rosenbaum, CEO of Empire Kosher Poultry, received this year’s humanitarian award from the Met Council on Jewish Poverty in New York at the council’s second annual Food for Life event at the Jewish Heritage Museum in New York.

Empire Kosher, the nation’s largest processor of kosher chickens and turkeys, donates more than 50,000 pounds of kosher poultry each year to the Met Council’s food pantries and kitchens. The company’s facility is in central Pennsylvania.
 

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