MILWAUKEE -- Miller Brewing here became the second major U.S. brewery to obtain kosher certification. Scott Bussen, Miller's public relations manager for major projects, told SN the company decided kosher certification would assure consumers about the product's ingredients. Certification was granted by OK Laboratories, Brooklyn, N.Y. Miller Lite should have the OK symbol on all bottles and cans sold at retail by now, and other Miller brands will follow, Bussen said. The symbol is a K in a ...

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