BLOOM’S IN DIS­PUTE

The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMENT&ANALYSIS -

I was as­tounded to read your ar­ti­cle, “Beth Din to rule on meat war” ( JC, April 11). In it, our for­mer meat sup­pli­ers, Kel­mans, al­leged that they were tak­ing us to the Lon­don Beth Din over a dis­puted bill. Noth­ing could be fur­ther from the truth.

We have not been sum­moned to a Beth Din as your pa­per re­ported. We are, in fact, tak­ing Kel­mans to the Beth Din over a ma­li­cious whis­per­ing cam­paign. We reg­is­tered this at the Beth Din on Fri­day. We did so re­luc­tantly but can­not re­main silent when we have acted in good faith and ad­hered to ev­ery clause of our agree­ment with Kel­mans. We have the agree­ment with all par­ties’ sig­na­tures on it and are, even now, still us­ing Kel­mans’ pay­ing-in book as we agreed. Kel­mans have not been our meat sup­pli­ers for the last two months.

May I take this op­por­tu­nity to wish you, your staff and all of our cus­tomers a kosher and happy Pe­sach. Kitty Ru­dolf Man­ag­ing di­rec­tor, Bloom’s Gold­ers Green Rd, Lon­don NW11

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