The ancient Jewish laws of food, found in the Book of Leviticus, enumerate the doís and doníts of a religious diet. Called eating kosher, this way of living according to Jewish law includes not mixing milk and meat, avoiding shellfish and eating only certain kinds of meat killed in a particular fashion, with a rabbi overseeing the process.
All kosher food must bear a stamp of approval from a rabbinic supervisory organization. Hillerís sells a wide selection of kosher foods Ė in a dedicated kosher aisle as well as in every other store department.
Look for Marvid, Meal Mart and Empire kosher meats and poultry, several brands of kosher cheese, and kosher lunch meats behind the deli counter. Hillerís offers a dedicated slicer for kosher consumers.
Hillerís also offers the best selection of Israeli foods in Michigan.
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