Plant Closures Create Kosher Meat Shortage

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One of the largest kosher meat companies has shut down its beef slaughtering facility, causing a shortage of kosher meat in some areas of the country. A plant owned by Agriprocessors Inc. in Iowa was raided earlier this year by federal immigration authorities.

Adriene Hill reports for Chicago Public Radio.



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