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There are many Biblical issues with food additives, both pig and cow based, which would prohibit consumption. The food might contain a non-kosher species, such as pig or insect. The food might also contain a cow which was not slaughtered properly in accordance with the laws of shechita, which is a neveilah. Or it might contain forbidden fats, namely cheilev....


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Firstly, mixture is not the criterion for the scriptural prohibition. The scriptural prohibition concern cooking them together. Not cooked together See SA YD 87, 1, the words of Rema, a mixture in which meat and milk are not cooked together is prohibited__ rabbinically only, and for eating only, not for benefit (some Acharonim do not agree but the Shach ...



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