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Zechariah Mehler has experienced over two decades deeply immersed in the customs, theories and mindset of the world wide kosher community, savoring a variety of cooking practices throughout the US, Europe, Asia and South America . As well as becoming familiar with the kosher food practices of dozens of different cultures. A radio show host, film producer and widely published writer, Zechariah combines his love and knowledge of kosher food with his media and marketing expertise to provide creative and progressive marketing initiatives to some of the largest kosher food manufacturers and distributors in the world. While working to create these innovations Zechariah joined the writing staff of Kosher Today and became a weekly contributor to The New York Jewish Star as their food expert. Doing this plunged Zechariah into the highly competitive world of New York Kosher Restaurateurs and the even more critical examination of the New York Kashrus community; ultimately writing and experiencing the world of a Kosher Food as a restaurant critic. Zechariah is also one of the founders of The Kosher Summit, a conference geared towards helping guide the kosher industry in understanding how best to utilize and adapt modern technology, marketing practices and methods of communication. He is also the VP of Kosher Marketing for Causil and an independent consultant for companies looking to market within the kosher industry. Follow him on Twitter @TheKosherCritic

ARTICLES BY: Zechariah Mehler


June 12, 2011 11:09 am
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Just Desserts

The first time I ever tried a molten chocolate cake I was at a restaurant called Shallots in my home town of Chicago. At...

May 29, 2011 1:38 pm
5

The Le Marais You Hardly Know

Amidst the  the New York kosher restaurant scene there are few establishments as well known as Le Marais so chances are, that if you keep...

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