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'''For Kashrut related questions'''  
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<br> please visit [http://www.kof-k.org www.Kof-K.org] or contact Rabbi Moshe Dovid Lebovits at [mailto:mlebovits@kof-k.org mlebovits@kof-k.org].  
<br> please visit [http://www.kof-k.org www.Kof-K.org] or contact Rabbi Moshe Dovid Lebovits at [mailto:mlebovits@kof-k.org mlebovits@kof-k.org] .
<br> please visit [http://www.ou.org www.OU.org]
<br> please visit [http://www.ou.org www.OU.org] or contact [mailto:kosherq@ou.org kosherq@ou.org] or call 212-613-8241.
<br> please visit [http://www.star-k.org www.Star-K.org]
<br> please visit [http://www.star-k.org www.Star-K.org]

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For Kashrut related questions
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