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Limited Edition Pepsi Fire Soda

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Limited Edition Pepsi Fire Soda

Posted on May 23, 2017

PRESS RELEASE Limited-Edition Pepsi Fire Pepsi Fire, a cola with a cinnamon flavored twist, will be available in stores nationwide for an eight-week period May 17, 2017 That’s not all that is heating up this summer. From May 22 through July 16, fans who find specially marked packs of Pepsi Fire, Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Continue Reading »

Do You Know What Could Be in Your Food?

Posted on May 9, 2017

Here is a most fascinating list of things that could be in your food. Some of the items can not be in kosher food, but others can.   Cellulose is made from wood. It is an anti-caking agent.  Kosher/Pareve Carmine is a natural food color.  It is a deep red.  It comes from the shells Continue Reading »

DOG HOUSE (KOSHER SPORTS BAR) TO OPEN IN TEANECK, NJ

Posted on September 3, 2014

FROM YEAH, THAT’S KOSHER UPDATE: Officially opening Sept 4th! Kashrut under the supervision of Rabbi Zushe Yosef Blech, Hasgachat Kashrus of Kehillas Bais Ben Zion, Monsey, NY. Watching and enjoying your favorite sports teams with your kosher observant buddies is getting easier in the NYC area thanks to new kosher sports bars opening up. A Continue Reading »

HAAGEN DAZS ADDS NEW GELATO FLAVORS

Posted on August 28, 2014

FROM KOSHER TODAY New Flavors of Gelato from Haagen-Dazs by Eda Kram, New Product Showcase Editor The Haagen-Dazs brand has expanded its Gelato line, including Caramelized Banana Chip Gelato: A blend of rich caramel banana gelato with semi-sweet chocolaty chips. Pistachio Gelato: Gelato that is rich and buttery, delivering a deep roasted pistachio taste. Pomegranate Continue Reading »

BIG KOSHER NEWS FROM KRAFT

Posted on August 14, 2014

The OU recently announced that there are some kosher certified cheeses now available. At the moment, there are only a few certified cheeses, so consumers must look for the OU on the label. Absent the OU, it is not kosher. Here is the list thus far: Kraft String Cheese 2% Milk Mozzarella Kraft String Cheese Continue Reading »

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE KOSHER CERTIFICATION ON PACIFIC ORGANIC LOW SODIUM VEGETABLE BROTH?

Posted on July 28, 2014

We received an email from a loyal reader: I had been using Pacific Organic low-sodium vegetable broth, which had been Kof-K pareve. But about a month or so ago, the hechsher disappeared. The ingredients don’t seem to have changed, so I’m guessing it’s a production-line issue? So I wrote to them to complain, and got Continue Reading »

KOSHER WITH NO CERTIFICATE

Posted on June 27, 2014

Some Jerusalem restaurants aim to alter the dynamic in the kosher supervision industry. Two years ago, a few Jerusalem restaurant owners got fed up with the local rabbinate, and decided to give up their kosher certificates. They posted signs in their restaurants that read “Kosher with no certificate,” and even started a Facebook page, which Continue Reading »

SUNNY DELIGHT BEVERAGES TO BE AVAILABLE ON SODA STREAM

Posted on April 28, 2014

Sunny Delight Goes Bubbly – Joins SodaStream Home Carbonation Platform One of America’s favorite juice drinks to be carbonated at home exclusively with SodaStream CINCINNATI, OH and AIRPORT CITY, Israel, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — SodaStream International, Ltd. (NASDAQ:SODA), the leading manufacturer of home beverage carbonation systems, today announced a strategic agreement with Sunny Delight Continue Reading »

RABBI MOSHE FEINSTEIN (OBM)- TSHUVAH ON PEANUTS (TRANSLATED)

Posted on March 25, 2014

“Concerning peanuts, which were called stashkes in Europe—they have been accepted as being permitted on Pesach and are not considered kitniyos (legumes that are forbidden on Pesach) because all the reasons for the prohibition of kitniyos do not apply to peanuts. Peanuts are not sown in fields (with grain), and even if they were there Continue Reading »

GABILA’S IS BACK!

Posted on March 14, 2014

FROM LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY A fire marshal Thursday cleared Gabila’s Knishes in Copiague to resume production of its mainstay product almost five months after a fire sidelined a key piece of equipment and resulted in a nationwide fried knish famine. Stacey Ziskin Gabay, executive vice president and general counsel for the family-owned business, said production Continue Reading »