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From the Editor

From the Editor

2014 - Editor's Note

1/9/17It’s 2017 and we take a look at what to expect from the kosher community in the coming year. We surveyed some key players…Why new kosher frozen foods have a great chance of success?...Duplication is blamed for a price war in kosher. We have the exclusive story…The successful kosher food and wine events are increasingly inspiring more and more kosher foodies…Good news for kosher travelers. There are many new options worldwide…In My Sixth Sense, I look at the promising future for on-line kosher shopping…Eda Kram in her New Product Showcase covers new cinnamon pretzel sticks.

Menachem Lubinsky

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Kosher New Products Feature

New Cinnamon Pretzel Sticks from Utz Quality Foods

Hanover, PA – Utz Quality Foods has added Utz Holiday Cinnamon Pretzel Sticks to its salty snacks lineup. Lightly salted and made with whole wheat, the sticks contain zero saturated fat and weigh in at 120 calories per serving, zero saturated fat, 200 milligrams of sodium and 5 grams of sugar. The sticks retail in 14-ounce bags Read More > $gt;


Sixth Sense

Is There a Silver Lining for Kosher On-Line Shopping?

Albert, a 30ish attorney who lives alone on Manhattan’s East Side, keeps kosher but by his own admission has “not stepped into a kosher grocery in years.” Instead, he gets all of his kosher products from Fresh Direct and even from Amazon. “Believe it or not, I got latkes (potato pancakes) from Amazon on Chanukah.” 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.

kfestweb100px 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