"The Kosher Food Tax is the biggest consumer fraud existing in America."
The bizarre claim by right wing extremists that kosher certification markings on food
product labels ("" "K," etc.) cost consumers extra money and
represent, in effect, a "kosher tax" to make rabbis rich, is a striking example
of the propaganda used by anti-Semites to trick the uninformed into accepting conspiracy
charges and stereotypes about Jews.
Other anti-Semitic allegations regarding kosher designation on foods include charges
that "the kosher food racket" benefits Jewish organizations while only a small
segment of the American population desires such markings, and that even the meanings of
the labels are guarded secrets deliberately kept from non-Jews to trick them into paying
the "kosher tax"
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