From the Editor

Glatt kosher slaughter that resort to shackling and hoisting in South America will no longer be rendered kosher in Israel and in the US, but will it create shortages? Read our lead story…Kashrus agencies are only willing to certify cannabis for medicinal purposes, but will they go further?...Record kosher sales in the

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Lots of major news this week…Kosherfest will celebrate its 30th anniversary recognizing the “From the Beginning” exhibitors as well as many other special programs…We have the in-depth story behind the kosher status of Starbucks…Read our story on a new upscale kosher corporate caterer…We also have the exclusive

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How is Jewish media helping kosher grow? Read our fascinating story on the relationship between the media and the kosher food industry…What is the fastest growing segment of the kosher food industry? Could it be kosher travel? Read our story…Oh no, still so many unauthorized kosher symbols…So is the kosher

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The kosher world mourns the loss of three legendary figures in the world of kosher: Rabbi Chaim Goldzweig, Moshe Binick, and Marty Stein. We briefly review their inspiring life stories… Has the rapidly expanding kosher food industry peaked? Not according to recent studies. Read our exclusive analysis…Supermarkets

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Canadian kosher consumers are getting ready to pay higher prices due to the newly imposed US tariffs…70,000 Israelis visit Romania with more kosher options underway…Kosher airline food improves but some are still cutting corners…A healthier kosher BBQ is progressing ever so slowly… More freezer doors with less

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Kosher foodservice continues to expand and is now 40% of kosher food sales…KolSave, the relatively new Five Towns supermarket is a kosher shopping concept that is gaining traction…Long time kosher distributor has made a successful transition to the new world of kosher…Kosher consumers are eating healthier, which isRead More

We’ve given extended coverage to the dramatic growth of the independent kosher supermarkets. Industry officials now worry that they may have grown too fast and that there may be fallout. Read our story…” Historic” is the way some retailers described sales this Shavous holiday…Why is Shavuos second only toRead More

The upcoming Shavuos holiday will for many supermarkets be the third most lucrative holiday on the Jewish calendar…Aron’s latest to embark on major expansion program, this time in New Jersey…The popularity of Sushi is eclipsing many traditional foods, even becoming a favorite for Shavuos…Why are some in Israel

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Kosher food sales this Passover did not quite hit double digit growth but still experienced a significant spike. How did the calendar effect sales?...The kosher community rises to the challenge of helping Jewish poor this past Passover…Chicago’s kosher scene to experience reset as Hungarian Kosher changesRead More

The buzz amongst retailers these days is that they are expecting a record sales season this Passover. We talked to many retailers and have the inside scoop…The old time Passover “set” was supposed to have passed into the twilight but according to retailers is very much alive and in many cases passing on to subsequent

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