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Kosher Australia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kosher Australia is the largest Australian based Kosher certification agency. As of 2018 they certified over 500 companies both in Australia and abroad.[1] It was initially called Mizrachi Kashrut, followed by Melbourne Kashrut before becoming Kosher Australia in 2004.[2]

History

Kosher Australia began in 1968 when Rabbi Baruch Abaranok, the then Rabbi of the Mizrachi organisation in Melbourne, started providing supervision to local community caterers. A team of volunteer community members investigated companies for kosher compliance and by 1976, annual kosher guides were made available to the kosher community. [3] Over the years it has expanded to employ a number of staff[4] and is recognised internationally by other kosher authorities.[5] The rabbi responsible for the organisation's policies is Mordechai Gutnick, who also sits on the Melbourne Beth Din.

Controversies

Kosher food in Australia has come under attack as a part of the alt-right's attack on Halal food, led by MP, Pauline Hanson. It has been part of investigations in parliament, although there have been no ramifications for the kosher industry yet.[6] There have also been a number of attacks on kosher slaughter, and the community has stood up to defend itself.[7][8]

References

  1. ^ Kosher Australia Food Guide 2018. (2018). Kosher Australia Pty Ltd.
  2. ^ https://kosher.org.au/pages/201601052313-Our-History
  3. ^ https://kosher.org.au/pages/201601052313-Our-History
  4. ^ https://kosher.org.au/pages/201601052313-Our-History
  5. ^ "What Are Those Kosher Symbols on My Food?". The Spruce. Retrieved 2018-01-17.
  6. ^ 7111, corporateName=Commonwealth Parliament; address=Parliament House, Canberra, ACT, 2600; contact=+61 2 6277. "Kosher food certification in Australia: a quick guide". www.aph.gov.au. Retrieved 2018-01-17.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  7. ^ "What is Kosher slaughter in Australia? - RSPCA Australia knowledgebase". kb.rspca.org.au. Retrieved 2018-01-17.
  8. ^ "The Truth about Kosher Slaughter". www.aijac.org.au. Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council. Retrieved 2018-01-17.

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