Green’s Bakery is the biggest babka wholesaler in New York City. Seen everywhere from iconic delis like Katz’s to popular groceries like Dean & Deluca and Whole Foods, Green’s babkas have become a staple in the city. The family-run business continues to use the same traditional recipe from Chana Green, an immigrant who came to the United States from Hungary after World War II. Producer Medha Imam visited the Brooklyn factory to get a behind-the-scenes tour and learn how the small business turned its moist bread and chocolate babka recipe into a gastronomic institution.
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