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This decision mandates religious discrimination, treating Jewish-owned and Muslim-owned businesses differently even if they operate in the same geographic location.
“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.
"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.”
The recall was issued due to the discovery of possible E. coli O26 during sampling of the product.
Their new bourbon apple uncured beef sausage looks like it will be a Rosh Hashana hit.
The ban on kosher slaughter was initially legislated in 2017 and came into effect at the beginning of September.
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.
The Season brand will not be included in the sale, according to the announcement by the company.
The time necessary for the production of lab meat would take only three weeks, compared to two years with traditional beef growing.
Yes, they ate lobster, which is defined by our tradition as Sheretz, which is unholy and a creeping thing and cockroach of the sea.
A response by the State is required by June 1, 2019; that is, a month and a half after the upcoming Passover holiday.
Wine Spectato recently awarded the high grade of 90 to the Tura Winery’s 2014 Mountain Peak wine.
“The vote to ban kosher food only makes the diversity issue worse.”
After two years of hard work and negotiations, the Psagot wine factory shipped their first container to China a few days ago.
That provinces within Belgium, the law-making capital of Europe, have passed this type of anti-religious measure is an affront to the European values we all hold so dear.
“After hearing from our loyal kosher consumers and after productive meetings with our Kosher Certifiers, Bimbo Bakeries USA is pleased to announce that we will once again be offering kosher products under the Arnold, Sara Lee and Ball Park brands,” the company announced.
“Farmers are today’s pioneers, and Israel’s agricultural produce is among the best in the world.”
This means there will be no kosher meat available to observant Jews in Flanders, home to Antwerp.
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Consumers may have thought these were isolated business decisions or cost-cutting measures, but that’s not the case.
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“You have to ask a reliable kosher agency who stands behind the ‘K’ on the product,” said Rabbi Moshe Berger, operations manager at the Orthodox Rabbinical Board.
There are two types of chalav Yisrael farms. One is dedicated full-time to chalav Yisrael service. The second type of farm provides chalav Yisrael milk on a per-need basis.
Originally constructed as a restaurant and heliport for the 1964 World’s Fair, Terrace On The Park is a marvel of Modernist design, with its signature T-shaped towers soaring 120 feet above the fairgrounds, now Flushing Meadows Park.
Unfortunately, sweet kosher wines have the reputation of being inferior, simple table quaffers that lack any complexity and appeal for the fine wine drinkers.
Drawing on her own years of experience in the food business, she worked on balancing flavors and textures, coming up with two different products that bear her name and work equally well as a recipe component or just mixed with water.
Want the smell of challah to fill you home, but don’t want to pull out the mixer?
“For us kosher keeping, chumus-loving Jews, aquafaba opens up an infinite amount of possibilities,” Zohn told Olam Yehudi. “It is a versatile pareve ingredient.”
Intent on her goal of using all natural ingredients, it comes as no surprise that many of Las Delicias’s products are dairy because they are made with real butter, although most of the gluten free items are pareve.