Last year's federal immigration raid on a company that manufactured kosher food items grabbed headlines and made some consumers question the ancient tenets that govern such foods. For them, the event helped spur interest in a movement that addresses ethical issues the regular dietary standard does not.
“Eco-kosher,” as it's called, has been around since the 1970s, but the renewed effort is bringing the issue to the forefront, online and elsewhere. One organization, Hekhsher Tzedek, has even ...
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