The Orthodox Union will demand water filters in New York City restaurants under its supervision. The decision comes after minuscule, non-kosher crustaceans were found in New York City tap water. The union hasn’t yet publicized its recommendation to restaurants and observant Jews to filter their water, but told the Forward that any commercial filter “would do the trick.”
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