This Passover holiday marks the end of an era for an iconic matzo factory in New York City.
Streit’s has been baking matzo — the unleavened bread that Jews eat during the eight days of Passover — in the same factory on the Lower East Side for 90 years. But the company announced it will move production to a new, modern factory after the holiday.
That’s a blow to Streit’s loyal customers, who insist it tastes better than other brands.
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