Polish Senate Votes to Delay Bill that Would Ban Exports of Kosher Meat

Still, Rabbi Menachem Margolin of the European Jewish Association said “the battle isn’t over. It has merely been postponed. If you kick a can down a road, you will eventually run out of road.”

65 Israeli Wines Win Medals in Decanter World Wine Awards

The “Oscars of wine” recognizes the products of 18 Israeli wineries, bestowing six gold medals, 31 silvers and 28 bronzes.

Polish President Praises Law Banning Exports of Kosher Slaughtered Meat

President Duda said he was very concerned about the welfare and humanitarian treatment of animals, but stressed that the welfare of farmers came first.

Armani Hotel Dubai to Host First Kosher Restaurant in UAE

The restaurant will be operated under the rabbinical supervision of Rabbi Levi Y. Duchman, rabbi of the UAE, who has certified the venue with glatt-kosher and pas Yisroel.

Report: UAE National Carrier Emirates to Launch ‘Kosher Arabia’

“With recent developments, we expect that demand for kosher food in the UAE and region will grow quickly,” says Emirates Flight Catering CEO Saeed Mohammed.

European Court of Justice Advocate General Opposes Belgian Outlawing of Kosher Slaughtering

Clearly, the jurist did not go as far as to legitimize the Jewish and Muslim methods of killing animals per se, suggesting instead the rights of the slaughtered animals are superseded by the religious rights of European citizens.

UAE Crown Prince Instructs Abu Dhabi Hotels to Offer Kosher Food, Plans for Passover...

The Crown Prince of UAE has also instructed all hotels in the country prepare to offer food that is 'kosher for Passover' in time for this Passover.

Diplomacy Marches on its Stomach: One Rabbi Helps Cook Up Kosher Fare for UAE...

Rabbi Yissachar Krakowski and team prepared 300 kosher meals over the course of the two-day event in the United Arab Emirates.

Modern Orthodox Rabbis Rejoice in Kashrut Agreement with Chief Rabbinate; Rabbinate: It Never Happened

From now on, the Chief Rabbinate inspectors are not allowed to impose fines on businesses that do not use their kashrut services.

With Expected Domestic Travel Surge, OU Kosher Publishes Guide for Food & Travel

Orthodox Union (OU) Kosher, the world’s largest kosher certification agency, has launched a free online kosher food and travel guide to help Jews follow dietary and ritual observance while away from home.

Foie Gras Gets Glatt Kosher Stamp

The Csengele kosher slaughterhouse in Hungary has become the first to receive such certification for goose liver.

Two Senators Call for Kosher, Halal Food in Federal Emergency Coronavirus Programs

“Many in the Jewish and Muslim community eat kosher or halal food and have not been able to benefit from these programs,” stated a letter signed by two senators.

Shechita Crisis in Europe: Entire Teams Infected with COVID-19

This has affected production throughout Europe and is slowing meat processing and packing down to a halt.

Israeli Kashrut Supervisors Fly to Argentina Despite Tough Coronavirus Ban in Both Countries

Israel is Argentina' third largest buyer of beef, to the tune of $100 million annually.

Free Kosher Meals Available to Needy Jewish New Yorkers – If They Can Reach...

“Food accessibility is one of our most basic rights, and kosher-observant New Yorkers shouldn’t have been weeks behind the rest of the city.”

Hungary to Supply Packages of Kosher Poultry to Jewish Communities of Europe

The shortage is due to the closure of many kosher slaughterhouses, as well as the outlawing of “shechita” (kosher ritual slaughtering) in certain parts of Europe.

Listen: NY City Council Speaker Wants Kosher Lunches in Public Schools

NY City Council Speaker Corey Johnson on Tuesday suggested the Department of Education should offer kosher and halal meals in city schools. Speaking on...

New Steakhouse Completes Triumvirate of Outstanding Kosher Eateries in Boca

Butcher Block Grill Serves Fresh Ingredients and Kosher Meats in Style

European Court’s Verdict Ordering the Labeling of ‘Settlement’ Products Could Trigger US Sanctions on...

This decision mandates religious discrimination, treating Jewish-owned and Muslim-owned businesses differently even if they operate in the same geographic location.

Psagot Winery Commits to Fighting EU Court’s Anti-Semitic Ruling on Labeling

“Even though the ECJ ruled against us , this is just the beginning of the fight. We are not going to accept a double standard,” said CEO of Psagot Winery Yaakov Berg.

Honey Board Names New Product After First Lady Nechama Rivlin, z’l

"With all the rain we had this year, we can only pray for another year like it. A happy and sweet new year to you, to all of us and to all of Israel.”

Gold Medal Flour Being Recalled Due to Possible Risk of E-Coli

The recall was issued due to the discovery of possible E. coli O26 during sampling of the product.

Abeles & Heymann Launches New Kosher Sausages in Time for Rosh Hashana

Their new bourbon apple uncured beef sausage looks like it will be a Rosh Hashana hit.

Jewish Agency Appeals to Belgian Regional Parliament to Permit Shechitah

The ban on kosher slaughter was initially legislated in 2017 and came into effect at the beginning of September.

South Florida County May Repeal ‘Kosher Tax’ After Complaints by Businesses

The heavily Jewish Broward County has been collecting permit fees for nearly 40 years, but on Sept. 10, commissioners will vote on whether or not to repeal the kosher-license regulations.

Manischewitz to Sell its Kosher Food Business

The Season brand will not be included in the sale, according to the announcement by the company.

Israeli Start-up Developing Lab-Grown Steak Aims to Conquer the Global Market

The time necessary for the production of lab meat would take only three weeks, compared to two years with traditional beef growing.

Israeli Embassy Clumsily Photoshops Ambassador’s Lobster Lunch with Brazilian President

Yes, they ate lobster, which is defined by our tradition as Sheretz, which is unholy and a creeping thing and cockroach of the sea.

High Court Delays Decision on Prohibiting Entry of Chametz at Israeli Hospitals During Passover

A response by the State is required by June 1, 2019; that is, a month and a half after the upcoming Passover holiday.

Samaria Wine Receives High Ranking from Prestigious US Wine Journal

Wine Spectato recently awarded the high grade of 90 to the Tura Winery’s 2014 Mountain Peak wine.

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