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| Restaurants okayed to say food kosher without rabbinate's approval

Zev Stub    
Wednesday, 13 September 10:30 AM

The High Court of Justice on Tuesday ruled that Israeli restaurateurs are permitted to inform their clientele that they serve kosher food even if they do not have kashrut certification from the Israeli state rabbinate.

The ruling may mark the end of a years-long battle over whether the ultra-Orthodox-controlled state rabbinate is the only body which may publicly claim a food establishment is kosher.

Full Story (The Times of Israel)


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