Hi Rabbi Abadi: Thank you for your continued help. For rest of the year (not Pesach): Garlic chips. Ingredients list: Garlic chips, hydrogenated canola oil, sea salt What say you? THANK YOU!
i have read your posts on wine. Still I would like to know if I can use this products. They are sold on Amazon for 23 dlls product of Italy that’s why I have doubts you said any wine less than 50 dlls it’s ok is that wine from anywhere in the world? thanks
Hello, I have several questions regarding supplemental Vitamins year round kosher status. 1) Are they considered a food item or can i swallow for example and omega 3 pill that uses oil from crustacean shellfish? 2) if non kosher ingredients are not allowed, is a statement on the packaging saying that it is made with […]
Shalom Rabbi, Can you tell me if this product and line of products are able to be eaten without a certification? They are a Whole Food, Plant Based company and state that they use no animal ingredients or oils as it violates the WFPD diet. LeafSide – Creamy Forest Mushroom Savory-Bowl Full Ingredients: organic cashews, […]
Hi – Muscle Milk protein powder does not have a hechsher but (it’s copacked liquid aka RTD version is or was OU-D). Is there anything in here that would render it unkosher? I am suspicious since one version has and the other does not, but I’m not able to find information elsewhere on some of […]
Shalom Rabbi, We bought two products recently. One is Trader Joe’s Stevia Sweetener Packets. There is no hechsher on the box. The ingredients are rice maltodextrin, organic steviol glycosides (from stevia leaf), and silicon dioxide. The other product is a can of Starbucks espresso and cream that only has a K on it. It contains […]
Are these candies kosher? Swedish Candy Fish – in theater box Ingredients: Sugar, invert sugar, corn syrup, modified corn% of citric acid, white mineral oil, natural and artificial flavor, red 40, carnauba wax. Juju fish – product of Mexico Ingredients: corn syrup, sugar, corn starch, modified cornstarch and less than 2% of the following: Natural […]
Hi, Is cavendish & Harvey candies kosher? They are made in germany, and have a kosher symbol on the back that says Rabbiner Y Ehrenberg https://www.amazon.com/Pack-Cavendish-Harvey-4-Flavor-Variety/dp/B074W286W3/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=cavendish+and+harvey+fruit+hard+candy&qid=1663617995&sprefix=cavendish%2Caps%2C76&sr=8-2 Todah rabah
This product has no hechsher. Is it kosher? This tub has no hechsher symbol, but their bite-size version of the same kind of dough does have a hechsher. Strange, isn’t that? Could the tub be produced in a separate factory from the bite sized product?
Kitchens of India food used to have a hechsher – but I’m not seeing one on their packaging now. They claim to be vegetarian. Here are the ingredients for their Palak Paneer – spinach and paneer cheese curry. INGREDIENTS: SPINACH, PANEER CHEESE (MILK SOLIDS, CITRIC ACID), CURD (MILK, BACTERIAL CULTURES), ONIONS, SUNFLOWER OIL, MILK INGREDIENTS, […]
Kosher? I heard somewhere that Kit Kat in Canada and the USA aren’t the same. Milk chocolate (sugar, milk ingredients, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, whey powder, lactose, soya lecithin, polyglycerol polyricinoleate, natural flavour), wheat flour, sugar, modified palm oil, cocoa, sodium bicarbonate, soya lecithin, yeast, natural flavour. Thanks!
Trader Joes Cocoa Almond Spread Ingredients: Sugar, Vegetable Oil Blend (Canola Oil, Palm Oil, Sheanut Oil, Coconut Oil), Almonds, Cocoa processed with alkali, Nonfat milk powder, Whey powder (Milk), Soy flour, Soy lecithin, Hazelnuts