Both methods were devised as legal fictions to go around the literal wording of the mitzvah of shmita.
Here are a few choice items I translated hurriedly. Clearly, a deeper discussion should follow.
"Before the war, Jews constituted a significant part of the population of Bobowa," Szczepanek explained.
Tzohar offers a full list of 160 food businesses that rely on its kashrut certification as of April 7, 2021 (see in the report).
Ah, if only Yoni Van Leeuwen could SMS Yalta, she'd teach that kashrut inspector a thing or two.
Reports of a yeshiva student who received five doses of cholent by mistake.
Fine, we understand, you want Jews to stay, but what if these Jews want to eat a kosher burger?
"As soon as my darling children are out of the house and in kindergarten, at 7:30 AM, I start cooking."
President Duda said he was very concerned about the welfare and humanitarian treatment of animals, but stressed that the welfare of farmers came first.
Israel is Argentina' third largest buyer of beef, to the tune of $100 million annually.
"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.”
Their new bourbon apple uncured beef sausage looks like it will be a Rosh Hashana hit.
Yes, they ate lobster, which is defined by our tradition as Sheretz, which is unholy and a creeping thing and cockroach of the sea.
“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.
Marc Gottlieb received a detailed response as to which Bimbo Bakery products will be losing their Kashrut certification and which ones will keep them...
Report: Arnold’s, Thomas’s, Sara Lee, Stroehmann, Freihofer’s, Entenmann’s Dropping Kosher Certifications
Consumers may have thought these were isolated business decisions or cost-cutting measures, but that’s not the case.
See the Star-K Starbucks Recommendations Chart inside the article.
“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.