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A good example?! Why a Kosher Certification Means High-Quality Food

Agricultura, Editorialele editiei, English section, OMG/Initium, Otravuri alimentare  | 10 mai 2013 | Aciduzzul
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Randy Clements
I’m not Jewish, but there is one thing I do know; Those guys know how to do it right when it comes down to high-quality food. Kosher certification for food is done by state, national, and even international agencies. But what IS kosher? “Oy vey!” There is a LOT that goes into it, so let’s try and sort it out. In Jewish culture and religion, Kosher food complies with Jewish dietary law. These laws trace quite far back into history – you can even read the book of Leviticus in the Bible for some examples of Kosher foods. Not only does it identify which types of food are proper to use, but also about how food is to be prepared and handled. Even the way in which animals are slaughtered is done in a proper and humane manner, consistent with Kosher law. citeste si comenteaza

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