Although Halloween and Christmas are not observed by most Jews, there's still plenty of kosher holiday candy. hat make kosher candy are already certified kosher, so why shouldn't they make Halloween candy? Besides, points out Lubinsky, many consumers of kosher foods are not Jewish. This is part of the reason kosher food sales are growing, and candy along with it, at about 12% to 15% per year, he said. Albertson's, Inc of Boise, Idaho, is one of the leading supermarkets for kosher ...

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