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  • “Obama posts Passover message, to host seder,” JTA, April 5, 2012

    The second annual Food and Justice Seder was co-hosted by the White House, organzied by Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice and sponsored by kosher poultry giant Empire Kosher. It was attended by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack.

  • “Convenience and Innovation in New Passover Specialty Foods,” The South Shore Standard, March 30, 2012

    Empire, well known for their array of kosher poultry products, only has one new product but they are very excited about it. It’s a Ready to Roast Garlic and Herb Seasoned Kosher Chicken. What’s notable is that it’s microwaveable in only 20 minutes and Empire’s website describes it as tender, juicy and absolutely delicious.

  • “20 Minute Chicken,” WCBS 880, March 20, 2012

    Sometimes you’re presented with a conundrum. You just don’t have the time or energy to put together a full meal, yet you’re unwilling to compromise the quality or flavor of your food. Don’t worry. I think ever person across America has run into this dilemma at one time or another. Thankfully, Empire Kosher Poultry released their Ready to Roast Garlic and Herb Seasoned chicken. This whole chicken comes in a microwave-safe bag that’s immediately ready to be popped in the microwave.

  • “Thousands turn out for kosher chili contest in Dallas,” JTA, March 20, 2012

    (JTA) — Temple Shalom won the first turkey chili competition at the Kosher Chili Cook-Off in Dallas. More than 4,500 chili fans attended the competition Sunday at Tiferet Israel in Dallas. As always, the event featured meat and vegetarian categories, but turkey was added to the mix as the cook-off celebrated its 19th anniversary. Empire Kosher Poultry donated the turkey.

  • “Annual Kosher Chili Cook-off will spice up your Sunday,” Texas Jewish Post, March 15, 2012

    Chiliphiles throughout North Texas are looking forward to some tasty hot stuff this Sunday, March 18, at Tiferet Israel’s 19th Annual Kosher Chili Cook-off. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. at the synagogue, 10909 Hillcrest Road.