From the Editor
From the Editor
10/11/16 — Are Kosher-Style establishments going out of style? Read our story on the implications of the closing of Carnegie Deli…Multiple visits to the supermarket this holiday season is great for business. Read why!…What’s behind the closing of kosher Coffee Bean restaurants in New York?...Planeloads of Jews headed to Israel for the holidays filling hotels and apartments for rent…The deadline for applications for Kosherfest’s New Product Competition is this Friday October 14th…Israeli companies look to Kosherfest to expand their market share in the US kosher market…Pre-Rosh Hashanah coverage in major media seems to be slowly changing. Read our report…In My Sixth Sense, I look at travelling kosher nowadays…Eda Kram in her New Product Showcase covers chocolate bark. With best wishes for a meaningful fast this Yom Kippur and a joyous holiday season. We return on October 31st with our exciting Kosherfest coverage.
Kosher New Products Feature
New Flavored Chocolate Bark from Barkthins
Dark Chocolate Peanut with Sea Salt is the newest flavor in a line that puts an elevated twist on classic chocolate bark. It combines Fair Trade Certified dark chocolate with Non-GMO Project Verified roasted peanuts and sea salt for a sweet and salty snack. Kosher dairy certified under the Orthodox Union (OU). In 2013, Barkthins Read More > $gt;
Traveling Kosher is the new Norm
A friend I will call Isaac is a cruise addict. By his own admission, he and his wife recently took their 18th cruise. He recalled the days when he would take along his own food because the fare that was offered was simply not edible. “Today, I not only get great tasting kosher meals but 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 15-16, 2016
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