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Bill To Allow Kosher Certification for Restaurants To Open On Shabbat

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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First Israeli Women Take Kosher Supervisor Exam

Following a Supreme Court ruling, nine women were allowed to take the exam for kosher supervisors in Israel this week.

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Bacon-Flavored Ritz Crackers Certified Kosher

Ritz has a new bacon-flavored cracker hitting shelves—with kosher certification. The signature OU-Dairy symbol will appear on the box of the Nabisco nosh.

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Israeli Deputy Minister Proposes ‘Kosher Police’

A Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs proposed giving the chief rabbinate’s kashrut inspectors the investigative and enforcement powers of the police.

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Exploring What ‘Eco-Kosher’ Actually Means

Sustainability has been one of the hottest concepts in the food world for years now.

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Israeli Chief Rabbinate To Allow Female Kosher Supervisors

A lawsuit prompts the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to allow women to become kosher supervisors.

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The Source of the Laws Governing Kosher Wine

Idol worship is behind the laws governing the production of kosher wine. To get around this, producers boil and cool wine so it can be handled by non-Jews.

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