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Norman’s Yogurt Factory

S.Y. Einhorn

Need a quick, delicious, healthy way to have breakfast and be on time, too? I spotted some great ideas for breakfast on my tour of Normans Dairy Inc, in Rutherford, New Jersey, the only kosher yogurt plant that makes only chalav Yisrael products.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

To enter the factory, we pass through the warehouse. But wait! Before we enter the room where the yogurts are made, everyone needs a hairnet. There are also special beard nets for workers and visitors with beards. And, as the room with the machines is noisy, earplugs are offered to block out the noise. Just don’t forget to remove them when we explain what’s going on. The workers also don special white uniform coats with their name embroidered on it.

Wow! Look at all those machines! But before we get our tour, we head for the sink to wash our hands. It’s very important that everyone entering this room is germfree. Now that our hands are clean we can learn how yogurt is made. 

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