This day in Jewish history / A father of industrial gefilte fish dies
The Manischewitz clan also pioneered the industrial matzo, despite concern as to its kashrut for Passover.
September 20, 1913, is the date of death of Bernard Manischewitz, grandson of the founder of the American kosher-foods giant B. Manischewitz, and the man who ran the company for more than four decades, until its sale in 1990.
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