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Wednesday, April 01, 2020

Food & Wine

Consumers Beware: Expired Kashrut Certificates

(Koshertoday.com) People who observe kashrut recently received the shocking news that a stand that ostensibly had a kashrut certificate was continuing to display the certificate despite the fact that it had expired in February 2019. Even worse, the stand was selling non-kosher hotdogs, leading many to believe that all the food at

Kosher Symbol Dominates Fancy Food Show

(Malka Koplovich/Koshertoday.com)  The Javits Center was filled to the brim with thousands of specialty food exhibitors, and surprisingly with many kosher symbols. The just-concluded 2019 Summer Fancy Food Show (June 23-25, Jacob K. Javits Center) was a place where distributors, manufacturers and foodies came together to

Tabor Winery Combines High-End Winemaking With Ecology

Michal Akerman, an agronomist and the viticulturist from Israel’s Tabor Winery, visited the U.S. this week, speaking to groups about the winery’s latest bottles and its brand-new labeling, which features a beautiful rendering of a barn owl. The barn owl, the likeness of

Nutrition by Tanya Clifton Location Set to Open

(Courtesy of Nutrition by Tanya) Nutrition by Tanya has seen unprecedented growth over the past several years. It all started in 2004 when Tanya Rosen, personally struggling with her own weight loss, realized that everyone needs a more personal and practical approach to weight management. Since then, Nutrition by

Susie Fishbein Is Coming to The Kitchen

Famed author of the “Kosher by Design” cookbook series 
to host series of kosher-friendly cooking classes at The Kitchen.

(Courtesy of The Kitchen at Bed Bath & Beyond) The Kitchen at Bed Bath & Beyond, East Hanover’s newest interactive cooking and activity

China Concerned Tariff War May Affect Kosher Sales

(Kosher Today) The looming trade war between the U.S. and China is creating concern in the Chinese food industry, particularly in its lucrative sales of ingredients to the U.S. FoodPack. One of five shows last week at the Hi & Fi Asia-China invited Rabbi Sholem Fishbane, rabbinic administrator of the Chicago Rabbinical Council

Yehuda Is Now the Leading Israeli Matzah in the US

Although most machine-made matzo for Passover sold in the US is manufactured in Israel, with the exception of Streit’s, the leading Israeli selling brand was Yehuda, which also led all sales in the 5 lb. box category, according to Nielsen data. Imported by Kayco (Kedem), the sales growth of Israeli matzo is

An Herbal Trio That Is Refreshing for Summer and Flavorful for Fall

(Courtesy of Pereg) A smart wardrobe always includes some timeless basics, a few trendy updates and the perfect accessories. Your kitchen is no different. No matter what dishes you flaunt, you need herbs and spices to tie the season’s culinary collection together.

Some herbs provide just the

Orthodox Union Establishes Kosher Food Lifeline, National Pantry Resource Center

Kedem provides $200,000 grant to launch program.

(Courtesy of OU) The Orthodox Union (OU)—the nation’s oldest and largest umbrella organization for the North American Orthodox Jewish community—has established Kosher Food Lifeline (KFL), a new division created to help existing food

Hate Veggies? Have a Muffin

I know the kid readers of the Kid’s Link probably love getting three servings a day of healthy vegetables and eat them constantly, right? Haha, just kidding. Potato chips or french fries don’t count!

But really, eating veggies is not just about eating some baby carrots once a week or a plain

Flam Winery, a Family Affair

The foundation of the Flam family business and culture are not an anomaly when it comes to the typical picture of a family business.

It’s the same old story of a man, his wife and children following in his footsteps to establish a

Five Tasty Ideas to Liven up Your Burgers—Plus Grilling Tips From Pereg Natural Foods

(Courtesy of Pereg Foods) Grilling season is well under way, and if you’ve gone through all your tried and true BBQ recipes, you may be hitting the mid-summer menu doldrums. If so, one of the easiest ways to add a little interest to your grilling repertoire is to put a spin on one of summer’s classic dishes, the