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The largest kosher food brand in the United States, Hebrew National, known for its tagline "We Answer to a Higher Authority," is being sued in federal court for allegedly not meeting the kosher standards it famously advertises.

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Jewish community mourns victims one year after attacksupdated: Fri Nov 27 2009 02:05:00

Countless bullet marks, a hole punched in a wall by a grenade and windows covered with plastic bear testimony to a carnage that left six people dead in Mumbai's Chabad House last year when terrorists besieged several sites around the financial hub of India.

Money Magazine: Religion and money: The price of faithupdated: Wed May 13 2009 09:49:00

Ask Abbi Perets about financial pain, and she starts talking about grape juice. Specifically, she's referring to the half-gallon bottles of grape juice that her local grocery sells for $9 each.

FSB: Saving a kosher fish biz from extinctionupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 12:43:00

In search of lox, gefilte fish and other traditional delicacies, generations of New England Jews have patronized Springfield Smoked Fish. Founded in 1934 in Springfield, Mass., the company produces more than three dozen fish products using recipes its founders brought from Eastern Europe. Certified kosher, the business follows strict rules in processing its herring, salmon, trout and mackerel. Should the fire go out in the smokehouse oven, for instance, only a rabbi is permitted to relight the flame.

Rabbi mourned in Israelupdated: Thu Dec 04 2008 07:29:00

Thousands of Israelis attend the furnerals of the victims that died during the Mumbai attacks. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.

Nanny credited with tot's daring rescueupdated: Thu Dec 04 2008 07:29:00

A 2-year-old survived an attack that took the lives of his parents, thanks to a quick-thinking nanny who grabbed the boy and dashed past gunmen to safety.

Israel buries victims of Mumbai terror attacksupdated: Tue Dec 02 2008 13:54:00

Thousands of mourners and emissaries from the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Chabad movement poured into an Israeli village Tuesday for the funerals of two people killed in the Mumbai terrorist attacks.

Rabbi, wife 'spread Jewish pride' in Mumbaiupdated: Fri Nov 28 2008 17:52:00

Chabad House served as both a Jewish center and a rabbi's home, in Mumbai, India, but the building turned into a scene of carnage this week after five hostages held by gunmen inside were found dead.

Rabbi killed in Mumbaiupdated: Fri Nov 28 2008 17:52:00

CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on a Rabbi who made Mumbai his home before being killed in this week's attacks. A Coming Shortage of Kosher Beef? updated: Tue Jul 22 2008 11:10:00

An immigration raid at an Iowa meatpacking plant has got kosher beef sellers across the country worried about the New Year rush

Pope visits synagogueupdated: Fri Apr 18 2008 22:54:00

Pope Benedict expresses his 'respect for the Jewish community' during a speech at a New York synagogue.

Beijing goes kosher as Olympics approachupdated: Thu Jan 31 2008 01:29:00

Beijing and the Olympics are going Kosher.

Money Magazine: Family ties: A fish storyupdated: Tue Aug 03 2004 00:36:00

This past April, my parents came to our house for the Jewish holiday of Passover.

Money Magazine: Family Ties: A Fish Story There are three big things to ask your parents about as they age. But sometimes what updated: Sun Aug 01 2004 00:01:00

This past April, my parents came to our house for the Jewish holiday of Passover. Nothing unusual there. Seder with all the trimmings--from matzo balls to potato kugel--has become my holiday meal, ...

FSB: Days of Wine and Matzos How a Cincinnati family became the name in kosher foods.updated: Thu Apr 01 2004 00:01:00

In early April, when Passover starts, millions of Jewish families set their tables with products from the premier name in kosher foods: Manischewitz. But while Passover is rich in storytelling and ...

Fortune: Manischewitz Leavens Its Imageupdated: Mon Nov 08 1999 00:01:00

Talk about a built-in niche: For 3,000-odd years, Jews have kept kosher--if not year-round, then at least on the high holidays. And for the past 111 of those years, American Jews' kosher-food provi...

Fortune: THE LIFESTYLE OF RICH, THE INFAMOUS Marc Rich, biggest tax fugitive in U.S. history, is in Switzerland happily running a commodiupdated: Mon Dec 22 1986 00:01:00

BY STRIKING A DEAL with the SEC and federal prosecutors, Ivan Boesky avoided the hoary tactic of financiers in legal trouble -- the quick flight to a country that will not extradite U.S. fugitives....

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