Hechsher at last

November 21, 2013 by J-Wire Staff
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Sydney caterer Amaze in Taste is now operating under rabbinical supervision.F43E1078-6479-4D91-A94C-3E13B9C5F2C5[16]Sydney’s newest Kosher catering company, Amaze-in-Taste (“AIT”) has today announced that Rabbi Yosef Feldman will act as its Supervisory Authority.

Rabbi Yosef Feldman, immediate past president of Rabbinical Council of NSW, Hon Treasurer of Organisation of Rabbis of Australasia, Chief Minister of Southern Sydney Synagogue and Rabbinic administrator of Yeshiva Centre has accepted upon himself to give a licence to AIT. This licence will stay in place pending a comprehensive resolution to be agreed between AIT, the KA and various communal bodies for the supervision of catering and restaurant establishments in NSW generally.

AIT will continue to work hard with all interested parties to arrive at an equitable long term solution for Kashrut in NSW.

President of the Kashrut Authority Baron Revelman told J-Wire: “I have no comment on Rabbi Feldman giving AIT hashgacha, other than to say I believe the Sydney kosher community is much better served by  a unified kashrut administration, as it has been for over 23 years. The Kashrut Authority is continuing to work with all parties involved to reach a resolution with AIT, that would allow them to operate under KA hashgacha, and therefore maintain unity in kashrut for our community.”

AIT is a new catering company which as yet has been unable to come to terms with the Kashrut Authority followings its application for a license. They have been operating using the services of a highly experienced mashgiach but up until now outside of rabbinical supervision.

 

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