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Aug 8, 2017

An unusual winter frost has led to a Calabria Etrog shortage, which has farmers and distributors scrambling. Full Story


Mar 14, 2015

Rabbi Mordy and Rochel Nemtzov are moving to a Southern California city that residents call a village and haven for artists. Full Story


Jul 25, 2013

Jewish and Muslim representatives in England met to discuss the ban of religious slaughter by the Polish Parliament.
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Jan 24, 2013

Lubavitcher Sholom Estrin started experimenting with making cheese in April, and was producing cheese by September. Full Story


Jun 7, 2012

The Crown Heights Farmers Market will open today in Lefferts Park offering a variety of fresh produce and kids activities. Full Story


Sep 16, 2011

Photos: Yossi Percia/COLlive

Crown Heights residents enjoyed their first ever farmers market Thursday as it opened for business in Hamilton Metz - Lefferts Park. Photos, Video


Sep 14, 2011

Crown Heights' first ever Farmers Market will debut tomorrow, Thursday, and will offer a variety of fresh produce grown in nearby Iona Hills, NJ. Full Story


Apr 29, 2010

Photo: Flickr

Israeli scientists have developed a new milk alternative made out of chickpeas. Full Story


Jul 12, 2009

Chabad friends in Simcha Monica, California, marked six years since the accident in Farmers Market that sent the Mivtzoim table flying. Yisroel Yosef Levitansky and Boruch Smulson recounted thier experiences. Full Story, Video


Apr 30, 2009

Ogdenburg City Manager Arthur J. Sciorra negotiated an agreement to sell a kosher cheese plant for $900,000 to Toobro LLC., owned by Menachem Bistritzky and Schneur Bistritzky. The city council still needs to approve the agreement. Governor David Paterson is backing the deal.
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Oct 26, 2008

A Somali youth rides his bicycle past Jewish men on their way to evening Yom Kippur services in Postville * by Christopher Gannon, DM Register

African natives wear colorful robes, and Chassidic Jews white ones. Pacific Islanders chew and spit a concoction - beetle nut and tobacco wrapped in leaves. Among them are Guatemalan women who wear ankle bracelets because they were arrested in The Raid Full Story

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