A unique and prestigious residential project in now being built in Mekor Haim Street in Jerusalem.
About The Albany Dust-Up
Re your editorials (Feb. 2 and 9) concerning the comptroller controversy:
Cleveland Subway 100% Kosher
Re the Feb. 9 article on the new Subway kosher location in Brooklyn:
We appreciate the publicity, but there were items regarding our kosher location in Cleveland that we feel were misleading. They were also unfair to the people who own and operate that location and their patrons, and require clarification.
● Two of the three franchisees of the Cleveland location are Orthodox Jews. While it is true that one of the business partners is a Lebanese Christian, he is not the sole owner/operator of the restaurant.
● Avi Cohen, one of the franchisees of the Cleveland location, is their mashgiach.
● The Cleveland restaurant is located in the Jewish Community Center and is overseen by the Cleveland Rabbinical Council.
● All kosher Subway locations, either open now or due to open in the future, are/will be 100% kosher and are/will be supervised by the appropriate kosher certification authority for their area.
● All kosher Subway restaurants, including the Brooklyn location, are required to mimic the original Subway menu as much as possible.
● Both the Cleveland and Brooklyn locations offer smoked turkey. The Cleveland location offers parve cheese.
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