From the Editor

By the time we went to press, we still had not heard from many brands that traditionally share their new products for Passover. We are pleased, however, to bring you Eda Kram’s report on a large number of new products to be introduced this Passover. Amazingly there will be nearly 55,000 Kosher for Passover items this… Read More

In the past few issues we’ve looked back at the kosher market in 2017 and projected what we might expect in 2018. In this issue, we look at the world of kosher restaurants, another important indicator of the strength of the kosher market…We also continue our analysis of the challenges being faced by the growing network

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The new minimum wage hike in New York is the latest financial headache faced by kosher independents. Read our exclusive story…A strong shekel may wreak havoc on exports to US…Manischewitz introduces innovative frozen gefilte fish product, a long way from the jar…Enthusiasm abounds amongst operators of Passover… Read More

We’re in the early days of 2018 and a good time to look back at the major kosher stories of 2017 that were covered in Kosher Today and left an impact on the industry. We’ll also take a quick look at what kosher can expect in 2018…Other stories covered are the new KolSave supermarket opening in the Five Towns and how… Read More

It’s that time of the year again: Chanukah is here and we take a look at the industry’s preparations and I weigh in on the most popular sufganiyot, as I saw in Jerusalem this week…With the kosher food industry continuing its meteoric climb, foodservice is taking a lead role…What do supervising rabbis have on their

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Kosherfest 2017 turned out to be every bit as advertised and more. In this issue, we cover some of the key highlights of what many said was the best show in its 29 year history. We look at some of the fascinating details of the presentation on kosher by the Trendspotting expert at Google. We cover some of the key events,… Read More


This is the first of our pre-Kosherfest issues and this issue we concentrate on new products to be introduced at Kosherfest next month. We look extensively at the new wines to be introduced and I cover my visit over the holidays to several of Israel’s wineries…A record number of new… Read More


There is much news on the kosher front as we prepare for the holiday of Succoth this week. We lead with an updated sales report, which shows holiday sales surging forward…We also have the Breaking News that the cRc of Chicago has acquired two Minneapolis-based kashrus agencies. Is this good for… Read More

On the eve of Rosh Hashanah which begins this Wednesday evening, we lead with a new study that is good news for the kosher food industry. We also cover the expected strong sales and the preparations for the holidays in Chicago. We also look at the recovery efforts in Houston and South Florida...Devorah Paltiel, the KT… Read More

We lead with our Breaking Story of the massive response to Hurricane Harvey in Houston. Read our exclusive story of how the kosher community pitched in…Rabbis involved in kashrut do not see the Braekel controversy as relevant to the US market. Read our exclusive story…The annual ice cream war leaves customers with manyRead More