LOS ANGELES (AP) — A video shot by a private detective has led to allegations about improper meat certification at a popular kosher market in Los Angeles.
The dispute over Doheny Glatt Kosher has divided a Jewish community that for decades has prized the market's brisket, chicken and prime steaks.
Earlier this week a council of rabbis pulled Doheny's kosher certification after the video surfaced, purportedly showing workers at the store bringing in boxes of meat late at night without required religious supervision.
Other prominent rabbis have stood by the shop.
The Los Angeles Times reported Friday (http://lat.ms/XN3Nxn ) that some defenders say the shop is under attack from disgruntled competitors.
A rabbi who specializes in supervising kosher laws was at the store Friday, vouching that any problems had been solved.