Only to the extent that it is not individualized. Black hat white shirt for everyone! That is iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit!!!
Does Orthodox Judaism try to own the means of production and distribution?
When it comes to food, Orthodox Judaism definitely tries to control the means of production and distribution by way of pimping their supervision even on nonfood items. It bosses around too much what you can or can't eat and the pressures of following these rules forces you to live in a community instead of just wherever the heck you want.
Keeping kosher limits your food choices so it is like being in a communist country where diverse brands of a product are limited.
Does Orthodox Judaism promote the redistribution of wealth?
Most definitely. Yeshivas and kosher food redistribute wealth from the productive and welfare classes to the clerical class.
In conclusion, Orthodox Judaism is theistic communism.