Please see the following links for Passover Information:
There are a limited number of OU Passover Guides at Beth Jacob
The AKC Passover Guide will be out soon.
Passover Food Orders are available from the following vendors:
For All Occasions Catering: 770-823-6677
Griller’s Pride: 770-454-8108
The Kosher Gourmet: 404-636-1114
The Spicy Peach has a Passover Pop-Up store next door to their store.
Monday, April 15th at 8:00 pm
The Kehilla: 5075 Roswell Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30342
For additional class information, check with the AKC.
Trader Joes Organic (canned) Coconut Milk is NOT usable for Passover this year. (Kashrut.com)
Dannon has produced some varieties of yogurt certified for Passover when bearing the OUDP symbol. Some 4-packs of yogurt contain a combination of year round OUD (Not Kosher for Passover) yogurts and OUDP (Kosher for Passover) yogurts. Consumers are advised to only use the OUDP yogurts for Passover. The Not Kosher for Passover yogurts do not contain actual chometz, however, it is still advised to set them aside for use after Passover (Kashrut.com)
Whole Foods Kosher Fish Cuttings: The last kosher fish cutting took place at Whole Foods Briarcliff on Wednesday March 27th. Next Wednesday morning, April 3rd, Kosher Fish cuttings will begin at Whole Foods Market (Chamblee): 5001 Peachtree Blvd, Atlanta, GA 30341
Whole Foods Challah: For many years whole foods carried an AKC certified challah. This challah is no longer certified by the AKC.
Bubly: The following Bubly Sparkling products are acceptable and pareve in the U.S. without a kosher symbol on the label: