Supervision of Six Points Restaurant Group has been assumed by the OU beginning February 1. We wish the OU, the Tavern, and The Dairy much hatzlocha.
Observant Jewish families are very careful about mixing fish and meat even though it is a health issue (recorded in the Talmud), not a Kashrus issue. Fish and meat may be eaten at the same meal if they are properly separated. We do not know if the health issues are still relevant, or if the … Continued
The health alert for lettuce and cabbage has been lifted. More detailed information may be found by following the link below. http://www.thelakewoodscoop.com/news/2018/01/breaking-first-report-dr-shanik-says-all-lettuce-and-cabbage-now-okay-to-eat.html Please check labels and signage for the origin of produce. Israeli produce is found in many stores – especially during the winter. We have published detailed guidelines on our web-site … Continued
Papillon Cafe in Newtown, PA is not under Keystone-K supervision. Any use of our symbol or name is not authorized.
Now that cooler weather is upon us there are a number of Kashrus issues to be mindful of: The cool weather tends to lower the amount of insect infestation of local produce, however, much of the available produce is imported. Mexico and other warm climates tend to have an above average incidence of infestation. … Continued
V-Coffee on Shabbos A new way of manufacturing instant coffee is becoming popular. Coffee produced in this manner is touted as tasting better and being healthier. The process for producing “V-Coffee” does not involve any pre-cooking, but rather, air-roasting and grinding. It is roasted by a process similar to making air popped popcorn. Due to … Continued
Meat, Meat Equipment, Dairy, Dairy Equipment, Parve … Do I have to wait before Dairy, etc.? Eating “out” is very much a part of contemporary society. What are the chef’s secrets that I need to know? If you eat at a Dairy/Meat establishment you must assume that anything fried has been made in oil that … Continued
But What Could be Wrong with… It is often puzzling why the reputable Kashrus agencies require supervision for products that appear to be “natural”. The following excerpt from the Wall Street Journal of September 14, 2017 makes it quite clear. This does not mean that every product on the market needs supervision. For example, … Continued
Keystone-K – The Kosher Grill (one food stand) will be under our supervision on Jewish Heritage Night at Citizens Bank Park (Thursday September 14th). Keystone-K – Shoprite on the Boulevard Alert: Loose baked items will not be supervised at Shoprite on the Boulevard. Packaged baked goods with our symbol are supervised. The Kosher section is … Continued
As of Wednesday morning , September 6, 2017, Shoprite on the Blvd. will not bake (exclusively) kosher products on the premises. Baked items that are sold loose are not supervised. All products that we supervise are packaged and bear our seal. There are expenses which are incurred in maintaining high quality reliable Kashrus. This is especially true … Continued