Kosher foods aren't just for Jewish consumers anymore. The expanding Muslim population, along with vegetarians, food-sensitive shoppers and those who simply associate kosher with safety and quality are influencing the category's growth. More than half (58%) of kosher buyers are those who keep kosher occasionally, while 55% buy kosher because they believe those products are safer or healthier than others, according to a new study from research firm Mintel International Group, Chicago. ...

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