For a kosher beverage list, visit CRC - Kosher Beverage List

For a kosher liquor list, visit CRC - Liquor List

For a kosher fish list, visit - Kosher Fish

Cobblestone Mills Breads and Rolls with 355 as part of the date code are kosher and parve even without an OU on the bag.
Cobblestone Mills breads NOT bearing the 355 on the date code are not supervised by the OU.

Sunbeam Breads with the 0180 on the jet code are kosher and parve.

The following breads are kosher and parve as long as they have the following code:
"113" will be at the beginning of the date code and "B" will be listed at the end of the line. There will be numerals in between the "113" and the "B". The bread is only kosher and pareve if it has a 113 at the beginning of the line and a B at the end.
IMPORTANT: It must say "B". "A" means it is a non-kosher line.

20 oz. Honey Wheat Labels
-Nature's Own Honey Wheat
-Flavorite Honey Wheat
-IGA Honey Wheat
-Oven Fresh Honey Wheat
-Derst Honey Wheat
-Piggly Wiggly Honey Wheat
-Market Pantry Honey Wheat
-Southern Family Market Honey Wheat
-Great Value Split Top Wheat
-Laura Lynn Honey Wheat

20oz 100% Wheat Labels
-Nature's Own 100% Wheat
-Flavorite 100% Wheat
-IGA 100% Wheat
-Oven Fresh 100% Wheat
-Piggly Wiggly 100% Wheat
-Market Pantry Honey Wheat
-Southern Family Market Honey Wheat
-Laura Lynn Honey Wheat
-Great Value 100% Wheat

24 oz. Oval Breads
-Nature's Own Made with Organic 100% Wheat Oval
-Nature's Own Made with Organic Honey Wheat Oval
-Nature’s Own Double Fiber Wheat Oval

Please view the following document for information about kosher desserts, including Cinnaholic, Sublime Donuts, Krispy Kreme Stores, Ali's Cookies, Bruster's, Menchie's, The Spicy Peach, and Baskin Robbins.


Please note that many of the above-listed companies have detailed information in the Local Info page.


Kosher Drinks at QT

The AKC does not formally certify at QT location, but based on our understanding of how these facilities work, we feel a consumer can reasonably purchase these products. (These drinks are in addition to the products listed on our acceptable beverage list e.g. Coke and Pepsi, etc.)
Make sure to check with the AKC office to confirm that these products continue to be certified in the future.

This authorization is valid only for Winter 2020.

Mountain Berry Blast (by Powerade)
Orange Creme
Rooster Booster
Strawberry Banana
Wally Puckerberry
White Cherry


Cherry Additive
Rooster Booster Energy
Rooster Booster Lite
Vanilla Additive


Almond Amaretto
Caramel Macchiato
Fat Free French vanilla
French Vanilla
Hershey’s Cookies ’N Cream
Hot Chocolate
Mighty Mocha
Sugar Free White Chocolate Caramel
Peppermint Mocha
Vanilla Cupcake
White Chocolate Raspberry


Frozen Cappuccino (Granita)
Frozen Caramel Latte
Frozen Horchata
Frozen Hot Chocolate

NON-KOSHER DRINK: Cappuccino: Cinnabon Cinnamon Roll 

AKC Requirements for Checking Vegetables

Please note there is no one absolute and correct way to check vegetables for bugs. There are numerous acceptable methods that have proven to be effective including Star-K, OU, and CRC.

We highly recommend watching the tutorials online which show what the insects look like. Below are some basic guidelines.

Vegetables and other produce that may contain insects need to be washed and checked to confirm that they are insect free. The prohibition of eating insects is very serious as multiple Torah-level transgressions are possible if one consumes even a single insect. If there is a halachically significant chance that a particular type of fruit, vegetable or berry may contain insects, it must be checked. If the problem is considered halachically insignificant even if theoretically possible, checking is not required.

We highly recommend the use of a vegetable wash or light soap (salt and vinegar are not as effective) and a light box or thrip cloth to help one check for infestation. A magnifying glass can be helpful, but is not required.

Leafy Vegetables:

A. Leaf by Leaf Inspection: (Light boxes are helpful.)

  1. Separate leaves.
  2. Soak in water. (Veggie wash or light soap is preferable.)
  3. Rinse.
  4. Make a complete, leaf- by- leaf inspection checking each leaf on both sides and opening the folds and remove any insects.

Floreted Vegetables and Fresh Herbs:

  1. Wash thoroughly (preferably with veggie wash or light soap).
  2. Soak and agitate florets in a container.
  3. Check the water to see if it is insect-free. Use a thorough method, such as placing the water over a light box or pouring the water through a thrip cloth.
  4. Repeat if necessary.


  1. Shave down the floret at the asparagus tip.
  2. Remove the triangular parts along the side of the asparagus.
    (A potato peeler is recommended)
  3. Wash thoroughly. When prepared in this manner, special inspection is not necessary.


Do an internal and external inspection for any signs of infestation. Check inside tube and between leaves, as well as, the outside for leaf-miner trails.

Vegetables that Cannot be Checked:

Artichoke Hearts and Brussels Sprouts



Remove all berries with foam. Wash remaining berries.


  1. Prepare a basin of soap solution, using at least two tablespoons of soap per gallon of water.
  2. Agitate the strawberries in the solution for 10-15 seconds.
  3. Let the strawberries soak for at least one minute in the solution.
  4. Rinse off each berry.
  5. Repeat steps 1-4 a second time.
  6. It is advisable to remove the tops.

Dried Fruits:

Some dried fruits may require checking. If one has visually inspected several fruits, cut them open, and found them to be free of infestation, then the rest can be used.

Frozen Vegetables: (with no additives and not cooked)

  1. We do not recommend frozen Brussels sprouts, artichoke hearts, and asparagus because of insect infestation.
  2. It is preferred to buy frozen spinach, cauliflower, and broccoli with a hechsher. If they are not available with a hechsher they should be checked in water before use (see floreted vegetables above).

No checking required (unless suspected infestation):

Generally in the U.S., if the following are stored properly, they don’t require checking:

  • Alfalfa sprouts
  • Beans
  • Bean sprouts
  • Flour
  • Nuts
  • Pasta
  • Raisins
  • Rice

However, if one is concerned due to a visible sign of infestation, lack of cleanliness, or product has been around a long time, then one should check for insects.

Please see the following links for more information:

-OU Guide to Checking Produce
-Star-K Checking Guide
-CRC Fruit & Veggie Policy