Prohibited Fats in Lamb

7 Sivan 5774
June 5, 2014

The following information was taken from the Chief Rabbinate Kashrus Enforcement Unit update number 018/5774, dated today.

Lamb imported to Israel from the Monte Carlo Company in Argentina has remnants of ‘cheilev’, prohibited fats, the Chief Rabbinate reports. The meat is imported by the Ma’adanei HaTalei Company.

A technical glitch has resulted in the forbidden fats remaining on the lamb. Local rabbinates around the country are warned and instructed to consult with an expert if the product arrives.

One may view the original Hebrew document on Google Drive.

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