Behind the Union Symbol

Fall 2007

Editor’s Letter: A Winning Storyby Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran Survey Finds OU the Clear Leader in Kosher Certification OU’s (Growing) Continental Connectionby Bayla Sheva Brenner US Drives Global Kosher Ingredient Needby Jess Halliday Anuga: A Trade Show Lover’s Dreamby Phyllis Koegel ESP@DSP?: How a State of the Art Automated System Revolutionized Dairy Processing at an…

Spring 2007

Jelly Belly Candy Company Steps Up to OU Kosher Certification: Sunkist Fruit Gems and Fruit Slices Are Now Made by the Company Known for the Finest Jelly Beans Spangler and the OU Make a Dandy, Candy Combination From the Editor: Zachlawi Fig Arak Personal Notes Transitioning Traditional Kosher Brands to the Mainstreamby Gayle Schindler Certified…

Summer 2007

Jelly Belly Candy Company Steps Up to OU Kosher Certification: Sunkist Fruit Gems and Fruit Slices Are Now Made By the Company Known for the Finest Jelly Beans Spangler and the OU: Make a Dandy, Candy Combination From the Editor: Zachlawi Fig Arak Personal Notes by Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran Transitioning Traditional Kosher Brands to…

Winter 2007

At Dreyer’s They Know, OU Is the Symbol That Sells From the Editor: The Power of Pareve by Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran The Kosher Consumer Speaks by Menachem Lubinsky Hello Dolly (Madison) The Cold Facts About Kosher Ice Cream Production by Rabbi Andrew Gordimer Mais Oui!: Pierre’s Ice Cream, With French Vanilla Leading The Way,…

Winter 2006

At Last, the UDB Becomes a Reality by Rabbi Yaakov Luban Here’s the Buzz on Certifying Veggies as Insect-free by Rabbi David Bistricer Why the OU Bugged a Mathematician or Why I’m Going to Think Twice Before Buying any Packaged Product with Fruit or Vegetables that Doesn’t Have an OU on the Label by Dr….

Fall 2006

Absolutely Marvelous News in the World of Vodka! Absolut is Certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union Love your OU Kosher Starbucks Coffee? The Fames Symbol Now Graces the Bottles of Starbucks Liqueurs as Well L’Chaim to Absolut Vodka, Starbucks Coffee and Cream Liqueurs, and Don Q Rums From the Editor: Rabbi Dr. Eliyahu Safran Inside…

Spring 2006

Unilever United States – Adding Vitality to Life with the Orthodox Union The Hole Truth: Together, Bagels and the OU by Rabbi Yisroel Bendelstein Nobody Doesn’t Like Sara Lee – Especially with the OU Symbol Just Bagels: Crunchy on the Outside, Chewy on the Inside Sound the Bell for Bell’s Bialys Dean Foods Northeast Discovers…

Fall 2005

Novoenzymes: Unlocking the Magic of Nature Through (OU Kosher) Biological Solutions Experiencing a Maalox Moment: Following Triaminic, the OU Certifies Novartis Consumer Health’s Famed Heartburn Remedy Chemical Engineer and Kosher Coordinator by Jes Knudsen When It’s Enzyme Time Call on the OU by Rabbi Menachem Adler OU Profile: Rabbi Menachem Adler October is National Inclusion…

Summer 2005

The Health Benefits of Fish: Without the Fish Now Kosher, MEG-3™ Brand Omega-3 Powder and Fish Oil Offer Food and Supplement Companies an Explosive Opportunity by Susan Michel, MBA Spring 2005 Kashrut Conference Nothing Fishy Here: Beyond the Four-Year Process at Ocean Nutrition to Make Fish Oil Kosher by Rabbi Chaim Goldberg Culture for the…

Pesach 2005

The Sleeping Giant: The Kosher for Passover Market by Rabbi Yaakov Luban Keeping Up with Passover Trenditions by Bayla Sheva Brenner Not a Half-Baked Idea: Baking for Passover Offers Tasty Rewards by Rabbi David Bistricer The Kosher for Passover Snack: A Rarity No More by Rabbi Dov Schreier Meeting the Challenge of Certifying Flavors for…

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