Did You Miss Kosherfest?


Kosherfest
was Here!!

Billed as the largest B2B (business-to-business) trade show for the kosher industry, this incredible show was in Secaucus, New Jersey on November 11 and 12, 2014. In case you missed it, here’s what we had to say about it when it opened:

HEAR the opening address on the “State of the Kosher Industry”!

MARVEL at the culinary demonstration by “Mexikosher” chef Katsuji Tanabe!

KVELL* at the presentation of the “Kosher Supervisor of the Year” award!

 

If you like kosher food (and who doesn’t!?), you will love Kosherfest (sorry, it’s only open to businesses, not the public). There’s even kosher enchiladas and sushi.

But with all the attention to kosher foods, what if there was an exhibition for kosher people?

That’s right! “Kosher” really means fit or proper — especially by God’s standards.

Because our sin is un-kosher, none of us are fit and proper to come into God’s presence. The humblest Hebrew National kosher hot dog is more kosher than we are!

 

But there’s good news! Yeshua (Jesus’s Hebrew name) can make all of us kosher whether we’re Jewish, Japanese, or from Jupiter. He died for our unkosher sins to make us like a kosher deli on the inside! 

If you put your faith in Yeshua, you can have your own Kosherfest whether you live in Secaucus or Switzerland.

 

This is the kosher symbol. Wear it with pride! Certified by Rabbi Jesus.

 

*Take great pride in

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Rich Robinson | San Francisco

Scholar in Residence, Missionary

Rich Robinson is a veteran missionary and senior researcher at the San Francisco headquarters of Jews for Jesus. Rich has written several books on Jewishness and Jesus, and he received his Ph.D. in biblical studies and hermeneutics from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1993.

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