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Red Bell Peppers, Melinda’s Sauces, Goji Berries, Spicy Peach Sushi, The Atlanta Jewish Life Festival

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Kroger is currently selling red bell peppers from Israel. These peppers require tithing. Please see the link for how to take Terumos and Ma’aser. http://www.crcweb.org/fruit_vegetable_policy.php   Melinda’s Sauces bear an unauthorized OK on all their products. They are not OK certified.   Numerous Kashrus agencies have noticed a high number of insects in dried goji […]

Fruit Cocktail, Lucky Leaf, Skinnygirl Gummies, Pas Yisroel, Kosher Bread, 365 Everyday, Fleischmann’s

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Gordon Choice Fruit Cocktail in Extra Light Syrup (UPC# 093901225306) and Gordon Choice Fruit Cocktail in Pear Juice (UPC# 093901610232) mistakenly bear an OU symbol. The product contains carmine and is not OU certified. Please note, that the OU does certify a similar product Gordon Choice Mixed Fruit in Light Syrup (UPC#093901118264) and Mixed Fruit […]

Kellogg’s Cereals, Fiber One Brownies, Nature Valley Soft Baked Oatmeal Squares, Season’s Choice, Kettle Brand, Sera, iSpice

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Kellogg’s Cereals: The following “Limited Edition” Kellogg’s cereals do not bear a K or an OU symbol and are not certified Kosher, due to the addition of marshmallows (which contain non-Kosher gelatin): Apple Jacks with Spooky Marshmallows, Chocolate Frosted Flakes with Spooky Marshmallows, and Froot Loops with Spooky Marshmallows. Other Kellogg’s cereals that contain marshmallows […]

Schach, Streit’s Egg Noodles, Fiber One and Nature Valley, Circle-V Kosher Symbol, The Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival, Fuego Mundo

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Schach: This year the CRC is not recommending the use of Home Depot Schach: In previous years, the CRC has recommended certain readily available fencing material (commonly sold in Home Depot) to be used for schach and provided detailed instructions on how to place them on the sukkah. However, based on feedback from consumers on […]

Starbucks, Sprouts Market Corner Breads, Dolce Catering, For All Occasions Catering

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Please be advised that Starbucks Corporation has decided to end the expanded STAR-K kosher information program. Consumers are advised that effective immediately the STAR-K only recommends a limited number of drinks and can no longer vouch for the kashrus of many of the flavored items previously listed. For more information see the Star-K website: https://www.star-k.org/articles/kosher-lists/1709/starbucks/ […]