From the Editor

As we went to press, information was still pouring in about the kosher experience worldwide during the just concluded Passover holiday. We bring you some of the highlights: the effects of record inflation, supply chain issues, shortages and the like…We cover the resurgence of the Passover programs worldwide with

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It is that time of the year and we cover the many angles of the Passover holiday…Read our exclusive story on the poultry shortage…Inflation is having an enormous impact this holiday season. Read Rifky Grossman’s discoveries on her shopping spree…Kerestir, Hungary has become a major hub for kosher

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This is our special Kosher for Passover Wine Edition with many new impressive wines for Passover 2022…Raphy Bloom from TotallyJewishTravel.com has the surprising news about a major uptick in reservations for Passover programs around the world…A good way to prepare for Passover 2022 is to get a hold of the

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It’s that time of the year again and we have a lead story on some of the new products that will be introduced for the upcoming Passover…Wines from Israel will be very prevalent on Seder tables this Passover…Rabbis get “refresher
Cores” on koshering for Passover, especially in hotels and

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Our lead story is that a weakened shekel and stronger dollar will not have much of an effect on kosher food for Passover imported from Israel…Consumers are, however, worried about the effects of inflation on kosher food prices and also about ongoing supply chain issues…The City of New York and an e-commerce

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Passover is in the air, at least in the world of the kosher food industry. Our lead story covers the possible effect of supply chain issues on the availability of kosher for Passover foods…There is a critical shortage of mashgichim (kosher supervisors) in restaurants…We’re keeping tabs on the

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Our big story continues to be the soaring inflation with its effect on the prices for kosher…The kosher industry seems to have added another gift holiday to its already crowded calendar, Tu B’Shvat…There is growing optimism that Passover 2022 will see the hotel programs rebounding and food supply issues

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A new year and new hopes. We look back at 2021, an incredible year for kosher despite the ongoing menace of Covid and its variants…The long awaited Memorial Vaadim Convention of the Association of Kashrus Organizations (AKO) has been postponed to May…Airlines are resuming hot kosher meals and one new caterer

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The continued expansion of a network of independent kosher supermarkets has been widely covered in Kosher Today. This week we look at one of the newest supermarkets and the niche stores in the Passaic-Clifton area of New Jersey…Panama City made big news last week with the opening of a new 80,000 square foot kosher

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Kosherfest 2021 had the largest attendance ever, thanks to the thousands who followed the show on social media. The numbers are simply staggering as Kosherfest proves to be mother brand of the entire industry…Israel food exports to US top $.75 billion despite pandemic… AKO Convention to deal with many

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