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BOSTON — A federal court in Massachusetts granted default judgment in favor of the Rabbinical Council of Massachusetts, which sued a food supplier for putting the organization’s kosher trademark on its products even though the products do not adhere to its certification and despite a cease-and-desist letter that was sent. The supplier now owes the Rabbinical Council over $593,000.