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Religion, regulation, consumptionGlobalising kosher and halal markets$
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John Lever and Johan Fischer

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781526103642

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: September 2019

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9781526103642.001.0001

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Kosher consumers

Kosher consumers

(p.108) 4 Kosher consumers
Religion, regulation, consumption

John Lever

Johan Fischer

Manchester University Press

In this chapter we explore how Jewish consumers in the UK and Denmark understand and practice kosher consumption in their everyday lives. Many Jewish groups are fastidious about their everyday kosher consumption and this point has reinforced regulation of global kosher production and regulation. A specific focus in this chapter is how consumers make sense of the issues raised in previous chapters, that is, buying/eating meat and non-meat products in a changing global context.  Another important theme explored is how Jewish consumers understand and practice their everyday (kosher) food consumption in our two case countries.

Keywords:   Kosher, consumers, everyday life, consumption

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