Orthodox Union

Putting safety first

The number of antisemitic attacks in the United States was at a near historic high in 2018. In 2019, the number of attacks continue to rise at alarming rates, most recently in New York.

By ALLEN FAGIN
12/09/2019
Anglo Media secures greater access to Israel's English-speaking market

Anglo Media will also take over the publishing and advertising operations of Torah Tidbits for the Orthodox Union (OU).

02/09/2019
OU leadership meeting with Netanyahu on July 16, 2019 in Jerusalem.
Meeting OU group, Netanyahu reaffirms Israel’s commitment to Diaspora Jewry

“It is time that instead of Israel receiving from the Diaspora, we should be giving... We are increasing [funding by] tens of millions of dollars, but it is not enough: We need to do more,” he said.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
17/07/2019
US Kosher
Orthodox Union launches national kosher food pantry

The Kosher Food Lifeline is designed to help the at least 215 food agencies in 24 states that provide food to individuals and families.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
18/06/2019
People wave European union flags
The EU’s 28-step tango

No orthodoxy other than this conviction unites them.

By AZAM GILL
10/06/2019
Challenges facing the modern-Orthodox community

The Orthodox community must begin – now – to plan for a future Jewish America in which the infrastructure of American Jewry will increasingly rest on our shoulders.

By ALLEN FAGIN
20/02/2019
Streit's Matzo Man at Kosherfest 2018
Shwarma sausage and fruity marshmallow bars – a look at Kosherfest 2018

Kosherfest 2018, a two-day trade show that took place at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey, featured food, wine and beverages from more than 21 countries.

By HOWARD BLAS
19/11/2018
The perfect burger
Kosher cheeseburgers are almost a reality

The vegetarian Impossible Burger could trick an onlooker into thinking an observant Jew is eating a genuine cheeseburger.

By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
30/07/2018
Cows grazing
Orthodox Union to stop certifying meat slaughtered by unusual method

The largest kosher certifying agency in the United States will no longer accept meat slaughtered using the "shackle and hoist" method.

By JOSEFIN DOLSTEN/JTA
27/07/2018
Starbucks is no longer kosher...sort of?

“Working directly with the company we were able to expand the list of kosher items to include frappuccinos, mocha and caramel sauce, among other things."

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