Israelis eat at a kosher McDonald's restaurant in Tel Aviv.
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November 30, 2012 The country's ultra-Orthodox Jews control kosher certification, but some restaurants are raising objections and forming their own rival certification association. The dispute is part of a wider debate over how Israel should manage the relationship between church and state.
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This matzo ball soup may be kosher, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's better for you.
June 21, 2012 Customers think "kosher" and "gluten-free" mean healthier, and food marketers are seizing on that.
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