From the Editor
From the Editor
1/26/15 — It is no secret that in many markets in the US, kosher has been on the decline, primarily because of assimilation and non-affiliation with anything Jewish. A typical Jewish family of the 50’s, 60’s and ‘70’s might have been secular, attended synagogue on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and bought many kosher products like Empire poultry, Rokeach gefilte fish, and Kedem Grape Juice... Read More in My Sixth Sense >>
FINAL CALL: PASSOVER ISSUE — Please note that the special Kosher Today Passover issue for food will be published on February 9th. The deadline for all submissions is this Friday, January 30th. The wine issue will be published on February 23rd with a deadline for submission on Friday, February 13th. The products submitted must be introduced for the first time in 2015. A description of the product and photo are welcome. All submissions should be made to Eda Kram, email@example.com.
Kosher New Products Feature
Smucker’s New Fruit-Fulls Pure Blended Fruit
Smucker’s recently introduced a new line of blended fruit pouches. Made with real Washington Apples and sun-ripened berries, Smucker’s Fruit-Fulls Pure Blended Fruit pouches are the easy way to enjoy fruit anytime, anywhere.
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It is no secret that in many markets in the US, kosher has been on the decline, primarily because of assimilation and non-affiliation with anything Jewish. A typical Jewish family of the 50’s, 60’s and ‘70’s might have been secular, attended synagogue on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and bought many kosher products like Empire Read More > $gt;
Kosherfest – The world’s largest kosher trade show
Learn more about attending and exhibiting at Kosherfest, the world’s largest kosher industry trade show.
|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