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From the Editor

From the Editor

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9/15/14 —Just when you thought that the kosher market was moving upscale en masse comes the reality that price is still a driving force in kosher  /  A new book puts a focus on Chicago’s flagship store, Hungarian Kosher  /  Feigie Leitman in her feature this week covers Kitchensurfing for kosher households  /  New data shows that American Jews purchased more Israeli foods and goods during the Gaza campaign  /  Kosherfest is looking for kosher cookbook authors and the deadline is September 30th  /  Chicago’s Jewel-Osco put on a successful events to usher in the holiday season  /  Kashrus Vaadim set to meet in November  /  It is hard to believe but one source told Kosher Today that there were more than 100 varieties of honey on store shelves this Rosh Hashanah season  /  A major Orthodox newspaper is redesigned  /  In My Sixth Sense, I look at just how fortunate kosher consumers are these days  /  Eda Kram in her New Product Showcase covers mew kosher nutrition bars.

Kosher Today wishes all its readers a very happy and healthy 5745. Shanah Tova. Our next issue will be published on September 29th.

Menachem Lubinsky

Read this week's Kosher Today news stories 

Kosher New Product Feature

Two New Kosher Nutrition Bars From Mediterra

09.15.14 - Mediterra Bar.jpgMediterra introduced the first all natural nutrition bars inspired by the Mediterranean Diet.

Sixth Sense

Kosher Shoppers are King

09.15.14 - Kings_Kosher.jpgIn the past few weeks, I have visited more than a dozen kosher supermarkets in New York, New Jersey and Chicago.


Kosherfest - The world's largest kosher trade show

Learn more about attending and exhibiting at Kosherfest, the world's largest kosher industry trade show.  

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November 11-12, 2014
Meadowlands Exposition Center
Secaucus, NJ USA 



"Kosherfest continues to be an outstanding venue to help us offer a strong Kosher program to our customers throughout the country. We are able to gauge current trends, find a plethora of new and innovative items and continue to build our relationships with both new and existing Kosher vendors. No doubt, a show not to be missed for anyone looking to grow their Kosher business." 

Yakov M. Yarmove
Ethnic Marketing and Specialty Foods