Kosher poultry prepared for St. Petersburg markets
Russian Jewish community recieves poultry to accomodate diet.
The Jewish community of St. Petersburg, Russia, received five metric tons of chicken through a community agreement led by Chief Rabbi Menachem Pewzner, a Chabad-Lubavitch emissary, and Roskar Farms, according to a news report.
A team of 30 workers prepared chickens in accordance with Jewish law. The ritual slaughtering was performed by Yossi Badzhiev, who was sent from Moscow by the Kashrut Department of Russia’s Chief Rabbiniate.