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Despite hours in front of hot ovens without food or water, the management at Sadaka Pastry and Sweets produce around the clock during the holy month of Ramadan.Sadaka was gearing up Sunday morning for the holy month of Ramadan, which Muslims began observing Saturday and Sunday. Ramadan marks a time when large family gatherings and holiday confections mean steady business at thousands of local sweets shops and bakeries around the country. Ramadan ushers in a unique time for confectionary, as treats rare-to-find during the year become standard fare bought in bulk and served generously after the evening iftar. Staff at local snack shops selling manakeesh, a favorite pre-dawn meal during Ramadan, work double shifts to satisfy a clientele of regular daytime visitors and night owls.
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