Study: Kashrut Certification Costing Israeli Economy $770m

Kashrut adds 5 percent to price of food production, report says, with monopoly of Chief Rabbinate needlessly inflates figure.

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The cost of kashrut certification costs the economy about 3 billion shekels ($770 million) a year, not counting fresh fruits and vegetables, adding about 5% to the cost of producing food, a preliminary...