Dining Out

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Israel is a foodie's paradise for many reasons, but for the month of November it was especially delectable. 

12/2/2016
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(JTA) — A London café has come under fire for selling a smoothie with a swastika drawn on the label of the bottle.

Called the “Nutzy,” the smoothie was being sold at the Nin Com Soup café...

11/29/2016
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(JTA) – A top Parisian chef targeted by promoters of a boycott against Israel for his plans to visit the Jewish state hit back against his critics, whom he accused of dishonesty and discrimination...

11/17/2016
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(JTA) — The U.S. Department of Agriculture will now require that canned tuna purchased for the National School Lunch Program have kosher certification.

11/16/2016
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Celeb favorite Jus by Julie, a Brooklyn-based purveyor of fresh, raw juices is now selling its wares from a traveling food truck. The truck's whereabouts, which are trackable on the company's...

11/8/2016
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Titanics, a historic kosher deli in Manchester, England, has met the same fate as its namesake: It’s gone under.

The last branch of the store, the oldest kosher delicatessen in Manchester...

11/7/2016
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(JTA) — The United Nations will begin serving kosher food in its cafeterias.

The decision Monday follows less than a month after Israel’s U.N. ambassador, Danny Danon, wrote to Secretary-...

11/2/2016
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The kosher, meat restaurant, featured small plates which were meant for sharing. Owners Moses and Shana Wendel announced the restaurant's closure on its Facebook page on the morning of October 26...

11/2/2016
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(JTA) — Jewish actress Scarlett Johansson opened a popcorn shop in Paris.

10/27/2016