NON-PESACH VERSIONS OF THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS have been found mistakenly placed in the Pesach section at One Stop Kosher Food Market. Please check every label of your purchases:
- Meal Mart Chopped Beef Liver Spread
- Mehadrin Greek Yogurt – Cappuccino
- Bloom’s Potato Stix – 1 oz. – regular and Bar-B-Q
- Achla and Miki brands of dips contain kitniyos and were for a short time not in the separate “Kitniyos” section.
Many mix-ups have occurred at other stores; check each product carefully. (Some examples: Schick’s Chocolate Babka [chometz] in Costco’s Passover section [see picture to the right]; Tabatchnick Chicken Broth without Pesach marking in Kroger’s Passover section, etc. etc.)
KITNIYOS PRODUCTS: Even those who eat kitniyos should check each label for a reliable Pesach certification, since the standard accepted certifications on these products usually state on the label that they do not include Pesach.
B’GAN frozen CAPRI BLEND vegetable mix is erroneously marked as Kosher for Pesach on the back of the package. This product contains green beans, which are kitniyos and should only be eaten by those who eat kitniyos on Pesach.
PRE-CHECKED ROMAINE LETTUCE packages sold at One Stop with K-COR certification are not acceptable for Pesach, due to the presence of chometz in the area where they are prepared.
HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEAT MARKET in W. Bloomfield, which is K-COR certified year-round as a non-Mehadrin and non-Glatt facility, is not certified for Pesach for any prepared foods, regardless of when they are purchased. All prepared foods there should be considered chometz and may not be eaten on Pesach.