Here’s Why Most Kosher Restaurants in the U.S. Are Surviving Covid

Dani Klein, creator of Yeah That’s Kosher, discusses why most kosher restaurants are surviving the pandemic, unlike their non-kosher counterparts. Despite the fact that they are still struggling, many kosher restaurants have turned to delivering to different neighborhoods, constructing creative outdoor dining and pursuing politics in order to stay afloat. Customer campaigns have made a difference for many establishments, and the loyalty of kosher consumers have kept the number of kosher restaurant closures to the same amount as a typical year. Not only that, new restaurants are opening all over the country. This is due to the symbiotic relationship between kosher restaurants and customers, supporting a communal Jewish observance. To read more how the kosher community is supporting its restaurants, click here.

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