A bill that would allow for limited kosher certification for restaurants even if they are open on the Sabbath advanced in Israel last week.
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An Israeli company is partnering with Amish dairy farms to produce a feta cheese unlike any other found in the US.
Ika Cohen of Ika Chocolate won gold for her za’atar ganache.
Following a Supreme Court ruling, nine women were allowed to take the exam for kosher supervisors in Israel this week.
Justin Timberlake’s list of demands for his Tel Aviv show include a plate of hummus and local beer.
A Middle Eastern version of the “Big Mac Index” highlights currency and high food prices in Israel.
She’s never had a restaurant or food brand, but Dr. Nof Atamna-Ismaeel is Israel’s newest culinary celebrity.
A Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs proposed giving the chief rabbinate’s kashrut inspectors the investigative and enforcement powers of the police.
Los Angeles’ concentration of Jews has resulted in many kosher restaurants, offering traditional Jewish foods and dishes that reflect the city’s diversity.
Tel Aviv’s Shuk Levinsky has offered spices and delicacies for generations, and is quickly becoming one of the city’s most hip destinations.
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