From The COR: Jewel Osco Frosted Sugar Cookies

Jewel Osco brand Frosted Sugar Cookies, produced by Granny B’s cookies mistakenly bear an O/U on some labels.  These cookies contain carmine, an insect derived coloring and are not Kosher.  

From The COR: Smucker’s Uncrustables Sandwiches

O/U certification of Smucker’s Uncrustables Sandwiches, in all flavors, will be discontinued over the next few months due to supply chain issues.  Packaging which still bears the O/U symbol is Kosher.  Check each package carefully.

From The COR of Greater Detroit: Kroger Soup

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.  

From The COR of Greater Detroit: Aldi’s Dairy Free Cheeses

Aldi’s Earth Grown brand Dairy Free Shredded Mozzarella and Earth Grown Dairy Free Cheddar Style Shreds products are being sold in two versions, from two different suppliers.  Oner version IS Kosher and correctly bears the symbol O/U pareve, while the other version is NOT Kosher and does NOT bear an O/U.  This situation is being […]

From The COR of Greater Detroit: Gatorade

Gatorade Zero Thirst Quencher in Grape and Fruit Punch flavors in 12 oz., 20 oz. and 28 oz. bottles is O/U certified and pareve, even though the labels currently do NOT bear the O/U symbol. Gatorade Zero “With Protein” Thirst Quencher in 16.9 oz. bottles contains whey, a dairy ingredient and bears a proper O/U […]

From The COR of Greater Detroit: New Sodas

The following new sodas are Kosher, even without any Kashrus symbol… Mountain Dew Flamin’ Hot Mountain Dew Purple Thunder Mountain Dew Baja Gold Mountain Dew Baja Mango Gem Dr. Pepper Dark Berry (regular and Zero Sugar)