Fake kosher cheese at kids’ camps leads to criminal charges

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For the first time in Canada, the country’s food inspection agency has laid criminal charges against a businessman and his company for allegedly trying to pass off regular cheese as kosher.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has charged Creation Foods and its vice-president, Kefir Sadiklar, with sending regular cheddar cheese falsely described as “kosher” to Jewish summer camps in June 2015. The Food Inspection Agency alleges false documents were created to make it seem like the cheese adhered to Jewish dietary law.

The regulatory body has laid five charges against Sadiklar, 39, and his family-run distributor.

Read more at The Star

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.