Since when is the Rabbinate in the business of certifying words as kosher or not? Since when does the Rabbinate employ mashgiachei milim (word supervisors)?
Popular Jerusalem eatery offers kosher cured, smoked ‘lamb bacon’ in its rabbinate licensed restaurant but Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Shlomo Amar orders restaurant to change the term
Over 550 companies from more than 70 countries make up the food and agriculture segment at the Jebel Ali Free Zone, in a dedicated area of 1.57 million square meters.
The ultra-Orthodox Machzikei Hadas kashrut authority in Antwerp has approved herbs grown in a vertical farm in Holland as ready for use without washing or checking for insects.
While several years have passed since earlier reports, recent revelations make it clear that nothing has really changed.
The Jewish status of a chef born in Ukraine and working in the ready food department of the Yochananof supermarket chain was challenged by the store’s kashrut supervisor due to his origin.
The kashrut monopoly in Israel has been somewhat eroded, but is still alive and kicking.
According to kashrut rules, a non-Jewish cook cannot light the burners (or the stove).
The COVID-19 lockdown created severe difficulties for restaurants across the country which faced a catastrophic fall off in revenue during the height of the government's social-distancing.
The initiative allows one of the only kosher slaughterhouses in Europe operating during the pandemic to remain open.