Rabbis use high holidays to make ethics a part of kosher

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c. 2008 Religion News Service NEW YORK _ At the Jewish supermarket closest to Rabbi Gerald C. Skolnick’s synagogue in Queens, N.Y., all the groceries are certified kosher, including rows of refrigerated chicken legs and hamburger patties. But Skolnik checks the poultry labels carefully, avoiding cuts from Agriprocessors, the Iowa meatpacking plant charged with more […]

  • Matthew

    Good for them. I wish more Americans would follow suit.