WASHINGTON -- The Food Marketing Institute is working on changing its controversial kosher slaughter audit, in light of growing pressure from food retailers and Jewish leaders. According to media reports, at least one large supermarket chain has decided to bypass FMI's audit and use an independent audit, while another leading retailer has pressed FMI to meet with a group of rabbis as soon as possible to work out an acceptable alternative. Nearly a year ago, a group of Orthodox Jewish ...

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