By Leon Symons, August 13, 2009
A new kosher store in north-west London is attempting to assist poorer families by selling meat and groceries at little more than cost price.
The store is operating from a Dollis Hill business park, a deliberately low-key location so as not to take business away from other Jewish shops. It is being backed by a committee of communal philanthropists.
“We are simply trying to help people in the Jewish community,” said manager Moshe Monitz.
“People would rather buy with their own money than receive food parcels and feel needy.