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Risky Baking

A NY-based kosher bakery denies claims that it has pest problems.
07/11/2013 - 20:00
Food & Wine Editor

Zomick's kosher bakery, a major challah distributor for New York and New Jersey grocery stores, reportedly has a slew of health violations and bug infestations, though the bakery's employees claim that's a problem of the past.

Zomick's has been operating since 2005. Fotolia

Milwaukee's Conundrum

Why can't meat from a Muslim butcher be kosher? OU explains.

07/08/2013 - 20:00
Food & Wine Editor

Eyad Suleiman, a Muslim Israeli living in Milwaukee, Wis., plans to open a kosher and halal meat plant for religious clientele, but getting kosher certification won’t be easy.

A kosher and halal meat plant is a complicated combination. Fotolia

Planting Jewish Roots

A Bay Area nonprofit is planning the nation's largest urban Jewish farm.
05/27/2013 - 20:00
Food & Wine Editor

An urban Jewish community farm operating on leased California land can finally take root in a permanent home.

More land means more organizational growth for Urban Adamah. Fotolia
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