Kosher Bakery In Brookline Shutters For Fire


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Brookline, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A well-known kosher bakery is shut down after a fire there broke out on Saturday morning. Cheryl-Ann's Bakery in Brookline distributes baked goods like challah to retailers all around the Greater Boston area.

The bakery is closed "until further notice," according to a Facebook post by the owners. The bakery has been open since 1985. It was founded by two sisters, Cheryl and Ann Moore, according to Boston.com.

The closure is only temporary, and the owners said the bakery was "pushing to open as soon as possible."

No one was harmed in the fire.

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