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Roger Horowitz takes a close look at kashrut and industrialization in America.

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May 25, 2016 19:08
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Walk into just about any supermarket in America and one thing is for sure: Almost half the food on the shelves will be kosher.

Just how did this happen? And who was the driving force behind it? Those are the questions Roger Horowitz seeks to answer in his latest book, Kosher USA: How Coke became kosher and other tales of modern food.

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