The company behind the KosChertified? App studied one hundred certification seals found on food and kitchen items, in addition to accompanying recycle symbols and sloganeering found on "same package" labels. The results suggest that there is more to the kosher certification industry than meets the eye. The following video presents a small snapshot of the broader 41 page research paper found at www.TheKosherQuestion.com. Please review this for the finer details of what may be a systemic Deceptive Trade Practice in the consumer "free" marketplace.

In 321 AD, Emperor Constantine asserted the first known Sabbath laws of Europe: "On the venerable Day of the Sun let the magistrates and people residing in cities rest, and let all workshops be closed." - Codex Justinianus. In early America Puritanical laws that closed businesses on Sundays became known as the "Blue Laws". So in 2020, with maybe just one popular franchise honoring those Blue Laws of the past (Chick-Fil-A), it should provoke inquiry and discussion as to how the kosher certification industry, based on ancient Judaic/Talmudic laws of proscription and particularism, should have gained immense popularity in America (and Canada) as the Christian Blue Laws gradually were eroded and culturally ignored. That, consumers, is just one more angle of www.TheKosherQuestion.com

There are over one million products kosher certified, yet few consumers know this or can recognize the most common kosher seal (hekhsher) - the circled "U". Followers of www.TheKosherQuestion.com who strive to obtain more NKC products (NOT Kosher Certified) in their diet and livelihood are building a community, in fact, a new identity: Occidental au Naturel. Because it's only natural that we've come to this point in "Free American Markets" that it is necessary to use the KosChertified? app to help enforce religious freedom when consumers purchase goods.The Federal Trade Commission has turned a blind eye to the deceptive trade practices used in maintaining and growing the kosher certification industry.

According to our followers inputs: "Occidental au Naturel" identitarians observe, to the best that they can, an NKC diet free from kosher certification. They want their religious freedom back, as promised by America's First Amendment, when buying secular products at the store. They also frown on and demand transparency on kosher-slaughtered meats flowing into the primary non-kosher meat market. Normalized circumcision is not considered essential for the Occidental au Naturel, as their earliest ancestors would not have known of this practice. Nature is the guide to this burgeoning identity!

Video commentator RamzPaul injects his unique brand of humor into the subject of the kosher certification industry, bringing kosher awareness to people of all faiths and identities.

A comprehensive overview on the kosher certification industry, and an introduction to the NKC diet and identity - NOT Kosher Certified. Popular media personalities RamzPaul and Matthew Drake inject their own branded perspective to this topic.

An artistic rendering of the Kosher Question.

How much do you really know about your food? Many Americans live out their entire lives without realizing how dominant kosher-certification is in their kitchen cupboards and refrigerator shelves. Why is that? Why are kosher seals (hekhshers) so often too small to notice or in an awkward place to locate on a product's label? These and more make up The Kosher Question. Our app and website www.TheKosherQuestion.com will help consumers become better shoppers.

Few consumers are aware of how prevalent kosher-certification is in their daily lives. It really goes beyond the food we eat, and extends to kitchen products like dish soap and aluminum foil as well as cleaning products like grease-fighting cleaners and laundry detergent. Www.TheKosherQuestion.com educates consumers on this nearly one century old food business. It's time to "exercise your dietary free will." The KosChertified? app features a comprehensive education on this topic while providing users with a grocery searchable database of products NOT Kosher-Certified (NKC).

Most shoppers, especially busy mothers, have little time to scrutinize product labels. Discovering the KosChertified? app will help shoppers understand the kosher-certification industry. There are over one million products and ingredients kosher-certified by over 1400 different agencies and entities. The practice has gone on for almost one century, but few Americans know this. Our app and the website www.TheKosherQuestion.com will make better informed consumers. An imbedded product search and grocery list feature allows users to identify products NOT Kosher-Certified (NKC).


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