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Consisting of, prepared with, or relating to meat or meat products.

[Yiddish fleyshik, from fleysh, meat, from Middle High German vleisch, from Old High German fleisc, flesh.]


(ˈfleɪ ʃɪg, -ʃɪk)

adj. Judaism.
(in the dietary laws) consisting of, made from, or used only for meat or meat products. Compare milchig, pareve.
[1940–45; < Yiddish fleyshik; see flesh, -y1]
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Vice President Anthony Cassano represented the seller, Ninth Avenue Properties, in the sale to Petaks Kosher Foods Catering.
Willi-Food is a company that specialises in the development, marketing and international distribution of kosher foods.
com)-- Herris Gourmet announced that it has launched it's kosher foods and bakery website and celebrates it's one year anniversary.
Beyond the issue of regulation enforcement, this book will be of particular interest to anyone who wants to understand what kosher is and what is involved in the manufacturing of kosher foods.
The London Borough of Barnet invites expressions of interest for a procurement from existing and new suppliers with experience of delivering kosher food provisions under the Kedassia licencing authority to allow for the preparation, supply and delivery of kosher foods to schools and other customers and organisations across the Borough.
As it turns out, Fishkoff is an ideal guide to everything from who buys kosher (more non Jews than Jews), what is involved in determining the "kosher" status of food (there's far more here than can be summarized parenthetically), where kosher products are produced (everywhere throughout the world), where kosher products are sold (almost everywhere), who is involved in the production of kosher foods (the number and variety of such folks are startling), what happened to just plain old "kosher" meat (gobbled up, for the most part, by glatt kosher certifiers), isn't almost any milk or vegetable or fruit product "automatically" kosher (are you kidding?
Kosher foods conform to the rules of Jewish religion, prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary laws.
This competition really shows kosher foods and the flexibility of it for both Jewish and non-Jewish consumers," David Rossi, vice president of marketing, tells Grocery Headquarters.
The success of an Atlanta-area Kroger in providing kosher foods to its customers has led the Cincinnati-based retailer to bring a kosher focus to the new Kroger on Hunt Road in Ohio.
But, in spite of the star dust being sprinkled over kosher foods, some claim that making kosher trendy is not a kosher thing to do.
There are also many consumers around the world who just believe kosher foods are better and safer.