From the Editor

A Houston bakery crossed all lines when it stayed open on Passover selling “chametz.” As a result, it lost its kosher certification. What is the real story? Read our report…What’s happening in Lakewood, a rapidly growing kosher market? Are there surprises on the future of retail the horizon?...New Jersey’s kosher

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It’s just a week or so after Passover and we take a closer look at what appears to be a very successful holiday season. We heard things like “best Passover ever” and “longest lines ever.”…Waiting for some horror stories of Passover programs? The opposite was true as despite some minor glitches, the season went

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Bnei Brak…Just days after the passing of Rabbi Yehuda Leib Landau, a team of rabbis including his successor son toured establishments in the predominantly Charedi city of Bnei Brak, where the late Chief Rabbi served for a half century. They wanted to make sure that the kosher standards established by Rabbi Landau were in

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We continue with our special pre-Passover coverage with the lead story being about the surging Matzoh sales…In Orlando, a Chabad rabbi is preparing for as many as 35,000 guests…How is Grandma’s Seder menu changing? We’ve got the story…This year’s late April Passover also meant late shopping…The cRc was chosen

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With less than two weeks before Passover, our focus is naturally on the upcoming holiday. Kashrus agencies are all but done with production of the Passover foods, but are extremely busy answering questions. Read our exclusive story…Is the success of Orlando this Passover hurting the structured Passover programs?...Food

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Passover is just around the corner, which means that it is time to review the many new interesting quality wines that will be on the market for 2019. Eda Kram reviews all the wines that were submitted to Kosher Today prior to the deadline…So what’s trending in kosher wines? We interview the experts to find out…A

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An estimated 300 new products will be released in time for Passover 2019. In this issue, we feature our annual review by Eda Kram, KT New Product Editor…Shopping for a program for Passover? Chances are the best place is on the Web…Many kosher brands have their sights on the mainstream market, much like Sabra…Passover

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Is kosher retail gearing up for yet another reset in this decade? We have the story…Kosher food and wine event brings out the passion in kosher consumers…Eda Kram meets some fascinating wine personalities at the KFWE event…DoubleTree in Baltimore set to expand, including kosher…Cleveland still wanting for a

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You’ve heard the expression that “competition is good for business!” But is it good for shoppers? So far, the increased competition in kosher has not resulted in sharper lower prices, say consumers…Don’t underestimate the kosher shopper! They did it again, forcing Bimbo breads to restore their kosher

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We lead with the continually breaking story of the impact of Bingo, this time in Lakewood. We spoke to many in the industry and have a fascinating report…Mussy Raitman toured Baltimore and has a fascinating account of the kosher retail scene there…If you think 2018 was a “crazy” year for kosher restaurants with all

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