From the food-court to the courtroom,
“Kosher” means pure and trustworthy.
A basic principle of "kashrus" (kosher living) is the total separation between meat and dairy products. A third category, Pareve, is comprised of foods which are neither meat nor dairy and may be eaten with either. What fits in which category?
Why does Judaism place such emphasis on eating and drinking—basic necessities shared not only by all mankind but by animals and plant life as well?
Several factors could cause a seemingly innocent product to be non-kosher. That’s why ingredient-scanning alone can’t be used to determine whether a product is kosher or not.