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Practice halted in Israel years ago at behest of chief rabbinate.
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.
Sweden is one of only five countries where the slaughter of animals without prior stunning – a requirement for producing kosher and halal meat – is illegal.
Meat and Eat in Netanya is warm and welcoming
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
“What is more Israeli than Amona?” the contestant countered.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Does rainy weather affect your baking?
By LES SAIDEL
Itzik HaGadol has been serving large, tasty meals for two decades.
By BUZZY GORDON
Called the “Queen of the Antilles,” Jamaica is known as an island of tropical vegetation, delightful climate, sun, sand and sea.
By BEN G. FRANK
Fine to Pasta Basta seen as effort to intimidate businesses.
By JEREMY SHARON
The Israeli Chief Rabbinate currently has a monopoly over the issuing of kashrut certificates, though a recent High Court ruling has opened the door to a shift in the status quo.
As a kosher meat eatery, Hachatzer ticks all the boxes.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Hashgacha Pratit’s supervision is increasingly in demand, but Heaven forbid anyone use the ‘K-word’
Rabbinical authorities have spoken out against the shackle-and-hoist practice since 2008, encouraging the use of rotating restraint boxes – also known as rotating pens – instead.
By SHARON UDASIN
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