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Glad Tidings From the World of Plastic Wraps

For more than a dozen years, the Glad Products Company has enjoyed a very productive working relationship with the Orthodox Union Kosher Division. Of course, we highly value OU certification because it is important to our Kosher-observant consumers. Increasingly however, the OU symbol is recognized as a standard for cleanliness and safety by non-observant consumers as well. It’s important to Glad, therefore, to be certain that our new products also receive OU certification.

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Wine This Passover Is Different From All Others

The Jewish people are known for asking questions. If you ask a Jewish man or woman why this is so, the inevitable answer will be, “Why not?” Appropriately, the Passover Haggadah*, the book read at every seder table around the globe, begins the story of the Jews’ exodus from Egyptian slavery with the youngest participant…

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Ever Hear of Pasta Ice Cream?

Why Dairy Products Must Be Kosher for Passover

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MilMar’s Marvelous Meals

Located in Goshen, NY, the MilMar Food Group plant is a 60,000 square foot state-of-the-art, OU supervised and USDA inspected facility on 60 acres in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. MilMar employs up to 200 people and has OU rabbinic supervision on premises at all times. The company manufactures a full line of frozen food products year-round which are marketed to both the retail and food service segments under the brand names Spring Valley, KoshAir Cuisine & Mrs.Veggies. A list of over 100 items is also manufactured as Kosher for Passover.

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Is There a Doctor in the House? Dr. Praeger is on Call, During the Year and at Passover

Dr. Peter Praeger of Dr. Praeger’s, the famous fish company, is a real person and a real doctor, a cardiologist. In a strange but true story, that’s how he became involved with the firm.

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Gold’s Horseradish

The story of Gold’s begins in 1932 when my grandparents started grinding horseradish in the kitchen of their apartment in Brooklyn. Our OU affiliation came shortly afterwards when we expanded to a small factory. Today, Gold’s is manufactured with the same recipe that was used at the start: horseradish, vinegar and salt.

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Tnuva Dairy Giant

No one could ever call Tnuva’s executives “impulsive.” During the past several decades this former dairy cooperative has methodically built itself into a sophisticated multi-level corporation that is not only Israel’s Number One food company (with over $1.5 billion in annual sales), but is also the world’s largest producer of kosher food products. Tnuva has…

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How Our Seafood Producers Navigate the Waters of Kosher for Passover Supervision

For the Jewish people, Passover is not just another holiday. Our reliving of the Exodus from Egypt is also a time when families make time to be together and indulge in our favorite national pastime… eating. Besides matzah, wine and chicken soup, few foods conjure up traditional feelings more than the fish products our families…

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The Modern Passover Marketing Story

Rabbis travel half way around the globe for special production runs that may last no more than a day, although preparation may take as much as a week. Major national brands remove ingredients from their products, often replacing them with such popular Passover ingredients as apple cider and potato starch, all in deference to the…

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Ocean Beauty: Some Beautiful Fish

Ocean Beauty Seafoods was founded in the early 1900’s and is one the largest seafood companies in the United States. Headquartered in Seattle, Ocean Beauty is the parent company for the largest smokehouse group in North America. There are four smokehouses, with locations in Boston, the Seattle area, and Los Angeles. Key brands produced and…

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