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December 06, 2012

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Rocky

I wonder if the kosher food police are as vigilant in trying to protect Jews with celiac disease from accidently eating food containing gluten.

A. Nuran

It wasn't that long ago that you either trusted or didn't trust the cook.

max


In Israel, the law is that the official state rabbinate is the only allowable kosher supervisor.

Posted by: Shmarya | December 06, 2012 at 02:00 PM

So the government of Israel is in the hechsher business. Oh brother! Make that "Big Brother".

Shmarya

Why don't they get a less expensive less stringent hashgacha. There is no way a government agency will tell how hashgacha should be performed.

In Israel, the law is that the official state rabbinate is the only allowable kosher supervisor.

max

Why don't they get a less expensive less stringent hashgacha. There is no way a government agency will tell how hashgacha should be performed.

The country is filled with many bearded rabbis looking for work. Why not get one of them to be the mashgiach and pay them. Maybe they can double as a guard to the business as well?

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