Rabbi David Holzer
Rabbi David Holzer received his MA from BRGS and semicha from RIETS, as well as a private semicha from the Rav, whom he had the honor of serving as a shamash for six years. R. Holzer moved with his wife, Rona, to Eretz Yisrael, where he taught at Michlala in Yerushalayim and later opened his own seminary, “Machon Binah”. In 1986, he settled in Miami Beach, where he helped establish Yeshiva Elementary School, and served as its first principal. After leaving formal chinuch, he went on to found Food Industry Technology, focused on the technology (US Patent No. 5,484,888) and marketing of kosher gelatin. He continues to develop technologies, such as the non-toxic head-lice treatment, LiceMD (US Patent No. 6,683,065). He also edits and publishes medieval Hebrew manuscripts together with his sons.
Rabbi Aryeh Holzer
Rabbi Aryeh Holzer received semicha from the Talmudic University of Florida. He co-founded FiberGourmet, a manufacturer of reduced-calorie, high-fiber foods (UK Patent No. GB2439710). He resides in Atlanta with his wife and children.
Rabbi Zecharia Holzer
Rabbi Zecharia Holzer resides with his wife and children in Passaic. In addition to his work carefully transcribing and annotating Rav Soloveitchik's words, he is also the Editor-in-Chief of Machon Al HaRishonim. He has transcribed, elucidated, and annotated a plethora of ancient Jewish manuscripts which have been published through Machon Al HaRishonim. Additionally, he has published numerous articles in various leading Torah journals on various topics of Jewish history, Jewish customs, Jewish law, and other topics of Jewish interest.
Holzerseforim is generously sponsored by a few amazing companies, founded by Rabbi David Holzer.
Fitgelatins provides wholesale kosher gelatin and collagen from cows and Tilapia fish. Gelatin and collagen are both proteins that are derived from animal sources, and Fitgelatins ensures that their products are prepared and produced in accordance with Jewish Halacha.
Gelatin is a protein that is derived from collagen and is commonly used as a gelling agent in food and beverage products. It is found in a variety of products, including gummy candies, jellies, and marshmallows.
In addition to kosher gelatin, Fitgelatins also offers kosher collagen from cows and tilapia fish. Collagen is a protein that is found in the skin, hair, nails, and connective tissues of animals, and it helps to maintain the structure and strength of these tissues. It is often used as a supplement to support healthy aging and improve skin health. Fitgelatins sources their kosher collagen from cows, which are free from hormones, antibiotics, and other additives. It is then processed in a kosher facility using kosher production methods.
Fitgelatins is committed to providing high-quality, clean products that meet the dietary needs of their customers. Their kosher gelatin and kosher collagen from cows and tilapia fish are both Non-GMO, gluten-free, and cruelty-free, making them suitable for a variety of dietary needs. If you are in need of wholesale kosher gelatin or kosher collagen from cows or fish, Fitgelatins is definitely worth considering. Their products are a great way to support your overall health and wellness, while also adhering to your dietary values.
Another Company which supports holzerseforim is aletacollagen
aleta provides high-quality collagen powder, But what sets them apart from other collagen brands is that their collagen is strictly kosher, making it suitable for people who follow a kosher diet.
Collagen is a protein that is found in our skin, hair, nails, and connective tissues. It helps to maintain the structure and strength of these tissues, which is why it is often used as a supplement to support healthy aging, improve skin health, and promote strong nails and hair.
There are many collagen supplements on the market, but not all of them are suitable for people following a kosher diet. AletaCollagen recognized this need and decided to offer a kosher collagen option for their customers. Providing OU-Certified, Pareve & Kosher for Passover Collagen
But what exactly does it mean for collagen to be kosher? Essentially, it means that it has been prepared and produced according to Jewish dietary laws. This includes the use of kosher ingredients and the adherence to certain production processes.
AletaCollagen sources its collagen from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine hides, which are free from hormones, antibiotics, and other additives. The hides are then processed in a kosher facility using kosher production methods.
In addition to being kosher, their collagen is Non-GMO, gluten-free, and cruelty-free. It is a high-quality, clean collagen supplement that can be easily incorporated into a kosher diet.
If you are looking for a collagen supplement that meets your dietary needs, Aletacollagen is definitely worth considering. Their kosher collagen is a great way to support your overall health and wellness, without compromising on your dietary values.