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Dubbed "the kosher version of Whole Foods" by the New York Post, this spacious, high-end grocery store brings premium olives, meats, cheeses, fish and much more to Brooklyn's Midwood. Pomegranate's goods all adhere to Jewish dietary laws—great news for the surrounding community. Drivers will love the sizable parking lot, and all shoppers will appreciate the store's roomy 20,000-square-foot interior.