Kosher Valley Named ‘Best New Poultry’


kosher-valleyKosher Valley, a new line of certified kosher antibiotic-free (ABF), vegetarian fed and humanely raised all-natural chicken and turkey products, has been named a 2009 Kosherfest New Products Competition winner in the “Best New Meat, Seafood or Poultry” category for its chicken breast cutlets.

Kosherfest, a kosher food and beverage show, took place Oct. 27-28 at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, N.J.

“We are honored to be judged the best in our category and believe this confirms the superiority of our turkeys and chickens,” said Harry Geedey, vice president, marketing of Kosher Valley. “We believe that customers appreciate the unwavering quality we can offer, because of our sole commitment to antibiotic-free certified kosher, rather than offering ABF as a sideline,” he added.

Kosherfest used a professional judging panel of restaurateurs, grocers and cookbook authors who sampled hundreds of new food kosher food entries to select the winners.

Kosher Valley turkeys and chickens are fed a diet of pure corn and soybeans that is free of animal by-products. They are raised with room to roam and ready access to vegetarian feed and fresh water at all times. All Kosher Valley products are certified by Rabbi Yechiel Babad and the Orthodox Union and produced in Plainville, N.Y.

Kosher Valley Turkey offers a full line of fresh and frozen whole young turkeys, as well as a variety of tray packs, including ground turkey. Kosher Valley Chicken offsers a complete line of tray pack chicken as well as fresh or frozen chicken in four sizes.

Kosher Valley is joint venture between Pegasus Capital Advisors L.P. and The Hain Celestial Group Inc.

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  1. Kosher Valley would get the proverbial “brass ring” if it would add the KAJ hechsher.
    Stick on Satmar hechsher and could corner the market.