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Matzo Granola: From Family's Kitchen To Store Shelves

by Susan Mittleman
Mar 25, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Passover begins Monday at sundown. The Jewish holiday commemorates the mass exodus of Jews from Egypt. For eight days, observant Jews will eat matzo, a symbolic dry, flat cracker, that some say tastes like cardboard. And that taste is what has fueled the entrepreneurial spirit of an Atlanta man and his family.

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