Susie Fishbein says goodbye to kosher seriesAfter nine “Kosher by Design” books, Susie Fishbein is calling it quits.
Rally for kosher, halal food in NYC schoolsMuslim and Jewish students rally in support of a bill that would provide kosher and halal food options in NYC public schools.
Scottish prisoners request kosher mealsMore than 100 inmates in a Scottish prison sign up to receive kosher meals.
UC Berkeley opens kosher dining stationA dining station at the University of California, Berkeley will be certified kosher, the first in the public university system.
Boston's kosher butcher reopens in temporary digsSix weeks after a fire shuttered Boston's main kosher supermarket, The Butcherie is now operating on a limited basis from a nearby location.
Kosher foods go missing in VermontWide variety of kosher foods disappear from grocery shelves in Vermont due to the state’s strict GMO labeling law.
Florida appeals ruling on kosher prison mealsState of Florida says mandated kosher meals program drains the state's budget.
South Korea looks to boost its kosher food marketKorean government to aid establishment of kosher food producers.
'McKosher' rejected by Australia Trademark OfficeAustralian lawyer who claims he is of Scottish-Jewish descent fails in a bid to register the trademark “McKosher."
Israeli guests surprise US town, get kosher foodThe people of Billings, Montana, didn't know what hit them, when engine trouble led an El Al flight to make an emergency stop
Amnon Yitzchak: 'Unkosher Knives' Behind StabbingsColorful but controversial religious figure Rabbi Amnon Yitzchak has some thoughts on the recent spate of stabbings in Israel.
Switzerland: The Place for Perfect Kosher VacationEnjoy the perfect kosher vacation for the whole family with Tour Plus in Wengen, Switzerland.
New Kosher Law to Shore Up 'Holes' in SupervisionA new law that would significantly restrict the definition of 'kosher' at food establishments was approved for legislation Sunday.
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Reforms to Standardize Kosher CertificationMinistry of Religious Affairs, Chief Rabbi David Lau present four-step program Monday to standardize kosher certification by the state.
Proposal: 'Kosher Cops' to Take on Kashrut FraudA new proposal by Deputy Minister in charge of Religious Affairs Eli Ben-Dahan would establish a unit to battle Kashrut fraud
No More Kosher Food from EgyptViolence in Egypt finally puts an end to kosher food exports.
Eida Hareidit: ‘Kosher’ Does Not Mean Bug-FreeEven products with strict kosher certification could have bugs in the hot summer months.
Who Firebombed Montreal's Kosher Restaurants?Police have released video footage of perpetrators who firebombed two kosher restaurants in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Rabbinate Busts Fake Kosher Greens RingThe Rabbinate’s anti-fraud branch finds leafy vegetables wrongly labeled as kosher using kosher company’s bags.
Israel's "Master Chef" - Kosher Opens New HorizonsArutz Sheva meets Winner of TV cooking contest, participant in new Kosher Gourmet magazine. "Kosher and gourmet can coexist", he says.
Chabad Rabbi: Super Bowl Sunday Kashruth ReadyAs U.S. citizens prepare for the ancient American rituals involved in “Super Bowl Sunday,” a Chabad rabbi says the kosher food is ready.
Rabbi: China Going Kosher, More Products AvailableThere has been a “kosher revolution” in China in recent years, with more kosher products produced for domestic use and export