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

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 in Pear Juice (UPC #093901610348) which correctly bears an OU symbol.


Lucky Leaf Premium Caramel Apple Fruit Filling or Toppings are an OU D-Dairy product. This product contains dairy ingredients.


The OU does not certify Skinnygirl Gummies. Some Skinnygirl Gummies packages are labeled with an unauthorized OU.


Pas Yisroel: Breads baked in AKC certified bakeries (Kroger, Publix) are pas yisroel and are labeled pas yisroel. These bakeries also sell breads from other kosher bakeries in the kosher bread area. These breads may or may not be pas yisroel. This includes Goldminer and Wholesome Harvest breads (KOF-K), and Publix Pretzel Bread.


Kosher Breads: Recently some of the national bread manufacturers have discontinued producing kosher breads in this area. There is a campaign to try and remedy this. If you wish you may call Bimbo Bakeries at: 1-800-984-0989 and request that they bring back kosher bread.

In the meantime there are some kosher bread options (when bearing kosher certification):

Dave’s Killer Bread

Cobblestone Bread Company

Mrs. Freshley’s


365 Everyday (The Whole Foods brand) of “kosher cheddar” used to be Star-D certified.

It now bears the Tablet-K(D) and is not recommended. (


Local supermarkets have stopped selling Fleischmann’s OU pareve Unsalted Margarine Sticks. The Spicy Peach is currently carrying this product. The AKC has been told that if customers want to see this product in stores, customers should request it of a supermarket manager.