In an era of anxiety about the safety and industrialization of the food supply, kosher food—with $12 billion in sales—is big business. Timothy Lytton tells a story of successful private-sector regulation: how independent certification agencies rescued U.S. kosher supervision from corruption and made it a model of nongovernmental administration.
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Published April 1, 2013
by Harvard University Press.
Business & Economics, Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, Science & Math, Professional & Technical.