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November 13, 1987 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-13

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An Illinois judge has
ordered the recall of nearly
400,000 pounds of meat and
poultry products distributed
under the Shelat kosher label
out of Chicago. Twenty-two
states, including Michigan,
are affected.
Shelat products are
distributed in Detroit by Ci-
ty Foods Service Co. A
spokesman said only stuffed
boneless breast of chicken
specialty items, distributed to
supermarkets and to caterers,
were involved. The
spokesman declined to say
how much or where the pro-
ducts were distributed in
Michigan.
Rabbi Mordechai Wolmark,
director of kashrut for the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis of
Greater Detroit, said notices
about Shelat were sent by the
Council to local synagogues
and schools late last week.
The Chicago Rabbinical
Council ordered Illinois
caterers and hotels to kasher
their kitchens, but has not re-
quired individual Jews to do
so. Rabbi Wolmark said the
information received in
Detroit has changed from day
to day as the investigation in-
to Shelat continues, but it ap-
pears that the majority of the
Shelat products received here
were kosher. "What the con-
sumer and the caterer should
do," Rabbi Wolmark said,
"will depend on the final in-
formation on what percen-
tage was not kosher."
According to Rabbi
Wolmark and Rabbi Gedalia
Schwartz of the Chicago Rab-
binical Council, Shelat's
parent company is accused of
using Shelat's kosher stamps
and packaging at a sister
company that produced non-
kosher products. As a result of
the Illinois investigation, the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America
has withdrawn its OU cer-
tification of Shelat and
started lawsuits in New York
and New Jersey.

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Vol. XCII No. 12

Nov. 13, 1987

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