Israeli wine needs Masorti kosher supervision
It may threaten the Chief Rabbinate’s monopoly over kashrut, but the Masorti Movement’s ethical standards make the wine it supervises no less 'fit’ to drink.
Here we go again. On the heels of other kashrut controversies in Israel - generally over restaurants and catering halls that would like to abide by the rules of kashrut without the supervision of the Chief Rabbinate or its supervisors, mashgichim - a winery in the Negev announced it was forgoing the approval of the Chief Rabbinate in favor of the
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