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Purchasing from a Jew

If you have the opportunity to do business or make purchases with either a non-Jew or a Jew equally is there any reason to prefer the Jew over the non-Jew? For example I can buy a loaf of bread at Yanky's kosher supermarket or at the non-Jewish supermarket. The price is the same. Is there any reason to shop at Yanky's over the other?

marked as duplicate by Gershon Gold, Isaac Moses Jun 26 '12 at 18:03

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  • @GershonGold I think you are right, I didn't see that before. – alltheinterwebs Jun 26 '12 at 18:01
  • While a dup, this formulation seems more "accessible" and may be found more easily via search. Closing makes sense but we should not delete. (leaving this note for a future custodian; I don't think we'd delete now.) – Monica Cellio Jun 26 '12 at 18:19