Class Dates
08/21/2023 to 12/08/2023
Units
2.0
Delivered By
Online Asynchronous
Instructor(s)
Joe Regenstein
(jmr9@cornell.edu)
Deanna Retzlaff
(retzlaff@ksu.edu)
Meeting Times
Meets by Appt
Meeting Location
Distance Education

Kosher and Halal Food Regulations

FDSCI 710 - Class Number: 14356

Description:

This course is an introduction to the origin and application of Jewish and Muslim dietary laws and their application in commercial food production and processing with some coverage of home practices. Hebrew, Yiddish, and Arabic words and phrases will be presented and explained as they relate to kosher and halal food production, processing, and consumption. Religious festivals and customs, and the associated food products, will also be presented. Current food-related topics and issues in both the Jewish and Islam communities will be discussed. Food scientists should be aware of what constitutes a kosher or halal product and the importance of regulations dealing with the production and processing of these products.

  • Enrollment restricted to students admitted to a Global Campus (online/distance) program. On-campus students must receive permission from the instructor in order to enroll.
  • FDSCI courses may require a proctor when taking exams.

Permissions:

  • Instructor Deanna Retzlaff's permission is required after 08/28/2023.

Student Requirements:

  • Internet access

Enrollment Dates
03/20/2023 to 08/21/2023
Enrollment Limit
25

Credit/Tuition Options

Credit Option Hours

Enrollments received on or after the first day of class may be assessed a $65 special handling fee.


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