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OU, - Thursday August 05, 2021 - 14 Pages
By Bayla Sheva Brenner On the night of October 21st, more than 2000 Jewish women filled Brooklyn’s Grand Prospect Hall for Project Inspire’s Great Big Challah Bake in a quest to make the world’s largest challah. “Our goal was to...
By Rabbi Avrohom Gordimer Q: One final question for now, please: I am aware that half and half, even when manufactured by fluid dairies, which never handle whey cream, needs kosher supervision. Why? The cream used in half and half...
An essay on Forbes.com by Larissa Faw, speaks directly to the exploding interest non-Jews have in kosher food: A few years after I moved to New York City, I attended a luncheon where we were asked to select from a...
Founded 33 years ago in Austin, Texas as the Del Sol Food Company, Inc., BRIANNAS Fine Salad Dressings grew out of a desire to create a superior product demonstrating family pride and consistent high quality. Named after the owner’s daughter...
Because of changes in eating habits resulting from the hectic pace of life today, many consumers choose to buy ready to eat food.  Sauces and condiments make up a fast-growing market as they are the ideal complement for any type...
Rosa Food Products, named after Giacomo Foti’s wife, Rosa Foti, was started in 1900. It was first a small shop at the corner of Thirteenth and Federal Streets in South Philadelphia, catering to the local Italians in the area. Food...
At Suja Juice, we strive to help people transform their lives through conscious nutrition. We’ve handcrafted three lines of juices and smoothies that are USDA organic, non-GMO, cold-pressured and certified kosher by the Orthodox Union. Suja was founded by four...
Nestlé Waters North America Inc. (NWNA) began in 1976 with a single brand and has rapidly grown to our current status as the third largest non-alcoholic beverage company in the U.S. by volume. As Senior Packaging Manager Chet Hojnicki says,...
Q:  Our bakery has only been using kosher certified ingredients for the past five years. We are now interested in attaining kosher certification. Will we still need to undergo a kosherization for all of our lines and equipment? A: This...
BTUS: The OU is a kosher certifying agency, and most of what goes on here is the work of ensuring that our certified companies are producing kosher products. How does marketing support our mission? RJ:  The OU is also interested...