How Heinz, Coke, and OU Made America Kosher

In the early twentieth century, grocery stores became more industrialized and Kosher Jews realized that they had a problem. With all of the new factory produced foods it became impossible to tell what was Kosher and what was not. Heinz and Coke listened to the voices of the Kosher consumers and started a chain of industrial certification, aided by the OU, that continues until today.

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