“What Could Be Wrong?” – A Guide for the Informed Kosher Consumer – Part II

Rabbi Yaakov Luban
Executive Rabbinic Coordinator, OU Kashruth

In Part Two of his special seminar given at the Rabbi Moshe Aaron Yeshiva High School in Edison, NJ, Rabbi Yaakov Luban, Executive Rabbinic Coordinator of OU Kosher, continues his discourse on the issues that one can face in so-called “simple” foods. In this part, Rabbi Luban discusses mono-and-di-glycerides, insect-derived coloring, whey, and issues in assessing the quality of a kosher certification. Educators take note: a presentation like this offers you a rare opportunity to hear a comprehensive and well-ordered discussion of contemporary kashrus issues–perfect for the classroom!

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