When shopping online for grocery delivery or curbside pickup, always check for a kosher symbol on the actual label of each item when the order is received. This is essential because many online descriptions or pictures give inaccurate or outdated information regarding the product’s Kosher status. In addition, the store may substitute non-Kosher or non-approved products if the requested item is not available.
A recent example:
Kroger Hearty Vegetable Ready to Serve Soup in an 18.8 can is still pictured on Kroger’s website with an O/U symbol, but the actual product does not bear an O/U and lost its Kosher status two years ago.