Consumer Kosher

Bedikas Tola’im (Checking for Insects)

January 26, 2005

A survey of the concern for insect and bug (tola’im) infestation in fresh and frozen vegetables.

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Salad Days for the OU

January 24, 2005

A survey of the challenges and opportunities for the Kosher supervision of salad dressings.

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Ancient Bowfin Presents New Ich-Theological Conundrum

January 21, 2005

What is the Kosher status of the bowfin, the notorious freshwater fish?

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Tracking Down the Unauthorized OU

January 20, 2005

As the largest Kosher certifying agency in the world, the Orthodox Union is deeply concerned about protecting the integrity of its kosher symbol. Thus, when a product bearing an unauthorized OU appears, as occasionally happens, the Orthodox Union responds quickly and efficiently.

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OU Symbol: More Than Just Food to Eat

January 14, 2005

An editorial from Behind the Union Symbol, explaining the significance behind Kosher supervision and eating kosher food.

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“Korn” Syrup and the Real Thing

January 13, 2005

The inside story of sugar and other sweeteners from the Kosher perspective.

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The OU Meets the Challenge of Certifying the Beverage Industry

January 10, 2005

A discussion of the challenges and opportunities of Kosher Certification within the beverage industry.

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Making Fruit Jelly Kosher: It’s Easier than Ever

January 4, 2005

A discussion of the manufacture of Grape Jelly and how one company has been able to use recent changes to expand their manufacture of Kosher Grape Jelly.

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Carnauba: The Wax Which Does not Wane

January 2, 2005

The manufacture of Carnauba Wax and its role in different industries.

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Shabbos Shaylos: Asking a Non-Jew to Relight a Hotel Kitchen’s Fire

January 1, 2005

Can one ask a non-Jew to relight a hotel kitchen’s fire which has been extinguished?

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