Kosher Nation: Why More and More of America's Food Answers to a Higher Authority by Sue Fishkoff
Sue Fishkoff's reveals the current state of kosher in America―which will appeal to anyone interested in food, religion, Jewish identity, or big business.
Kosher? That means the rabbi blessed it, right? Not exactly. In this captivating account of a Bible-based practice that has grown into a multibillions-dollar industry, journalist Sue Fishkoff travels throughout America and to Shanghai, China, to find out who eats kosher food, who produces it, who is responsible for its certification, and how this fascinating world continues to evolve.
In this informative and revealing primer on kosher food, practice, business, and history, Sue Fishkoff delves into the ins and outs of why the kosher industry continues to grow at an astounding rate despite the small number of observant Jews who actually require kosher-certified food. With an obvious zeal for what she writes, Fishkoff engages readers with both the religious and professional facets of this complex and misunderstood standard as she explains why so many people prefer kosher cuisine despite its higher costs.
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