Roger Horowitz is Director of the Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society at the Hagley Museum and Library and Professor of History at the University of Delaware. His recent book Kosher USA: How Coke became kosher and other tales of modern food received the National Jewish Book Award in American Jewish Studies, the Dorothy Rosenberg award on the Jewish Diaspora from the American Historical Association and was named an Outstanding Academic Book by Choice magazine. Prior to publishing Kosher USA Horowitz authored three books on the consumption and production of meat in America and edited three additional collections of essays. He regularly serves as a source for journalists writing about the American food system. He also is the treasurer of the Business History Conference, a trustee of the Jewish Historical Society of Delaware, and a member of the executive council of the American Jewish Historical Society.