A municipally owned bank in Buenos Aires has opened a credit line service for small- and mid-sized food companies to finance kosher certification for their products. Banco Ciudad’s move is part of a push among food-export firms to obtain kosher certification to broaden their market appeal. Big Argentine wine and meat exporters already have started using kosher certification in the past few years, and the Banco Ciudad proposal intends to open up the same possibilities for small- and mid-sized firms.
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