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John Fazman, I’m not in any way a religious Jew but from my experience with kosher laws if a product is synthetic and nothing unkosher came into contact with the product during or in its production there isn’t a kosher problem.
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Explained and structured well. Research is quiet thorough and covers fairly wide range of topics.
This is a seriously underrated podcast. Episodes are always fresh and interesting on important topics that are under the radar. There is also little overlap with other shows, making it a must-listen. This show should definitely be produced more frequently. Perhaps refreshed with the same conversational style as Checks and Balances.
Thanks for the clear and precise presentation. You appear to have developed a well delivered and easy to follow format. I have become a solid fan and regular user of The Economist podcasts. more
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The World Ahead from The Economist launched 4 years ago and published 49 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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