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capable of being allowed

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food that fulfills the requirements of Jewish dietary law

conforming to dietary laws

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proper or legitimate

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Kedem, which focuses on kosher, gluten-free and all-natural foods, provided a $200,000 grant to launch the inaugural program in advance of Passover 2019.
Critique: A unique and superbly organized cookbook that is inspiring to plan kosher menus and meals using leftovers, "Waste Not, Want Not Kosher Cookbook" is an extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition to personal, family, and community library ethnic cookbook collections.
We are happy to note that more and more export-oriented Philippine companies are becoming aware of the value of Kosher certification and the untapped market for their products," Weinberger said during the recent turnover of the directory.
"No one picks up a bottle of Heinz and says, 'You know, I don't want this kosher ketchup,'" he added.
Tests revealed that some kosher chicken products are contaminated with Salmonella, and several ill people said they'd eaten Empire Kosher brand chicken.
With Kosher USA, Horowitz again looks at meat, but this time in a kosher framework, and he also examines many other types of kosher food.
if it is an occasion you celebrate, you probably know that food standards under Jewish custom are even higher for this period than for those who follow a kosher practice all year round.
"The Skokie location marks a milestone for our customers, as it is our first store to offer a specialty kosher area," Mariano said on the occasion of the store's grand opening.
Timothy Lytton spells out very clearly the numerous factors as to why kosher food certification has been so effective.
In May 2010 Empire purchased Kosher Valley, the first brand of certified kosher antibiotic-free, vegetarian fed and humanely raised all natural branded chicken and turkey products, from Hain Pure Protein Corp.
When Brent Delman was growing up in Cleveland, his culturally Jewish family, like their Eastern European forebears, ate lots of soft, fresh cheese--cream cheese, sour cream, cottage cheese--without worrying much about whether it was kosher. After all, cheese is just curdled milk, and as long as it's not eaten with meat, what could be treif about it?
I'm a Jew, and I'm thinking about keeping kosher. The rules seem rather obsessive, however.
Kosher wines have seen an uptick in production as the demand grows and the quality continues to improve.
Responding to customer demand, Biocatalysts have recently achieved a kosher certificate that will allow the enzyme specialists to manufacture their kosher enzymes without the need to have a Rabbi present.
By contrast, kosher food certification by independent private firms is highly reliable, assuring compliance with religious standards of food production and preventing deceptive marketing.