Food Items

Alcoholic Beverages

Alcoholic beverages must bear certification to be used for Passover. There are numerous issues involving what the alcohol is made from, the equipment it is produced in, and the fermentation…

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Almond Milk

The following are OU certified Almond Milk in the “original” variety can be used for the infirm and children who need an alternative to standard milk on Passover: ALMOND MILK…

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Bottled Water

All unflavored bottled water, seltzer and sparkling water is Kosher for Passover, even without any Kosher supervision.

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Brown Sugar

Brown sugar often shares tanks with items that contain chometz and therefore requires special Passover certification.

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Canola Oil

Canola oil, which is a form of rapeseed oil, should be considered kitniyot.

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Coconut Milk

The following OU certified coconut milk in the “original” variety can be used for the infirm and children who need an alternative to standard milk on Passover: COCONUT MILK ORIGINAL …

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Coffee & Tea

All unflavored ground coffees are acceptable for Passover use when bearing an OU. Decaffeinated coffee: Coffee is often decaffeinated by means of ethyl acetate, which is derived from either kitniyot or…

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Dried Fruits

Dried fruits are usually treated with oils derived from kitniyos and therefore require special Passover certification.

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Extra Virgin Olive Oil

All extra virgin olive oils are Kosher for Passover, as long as it bears the OU symbol All other oils (including olive oil) require a reliable Kosher for Passover certification…

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Frozen Fish

Due to the frequent application of glazes to raw fish, it should be purchased only with reliable kosher certification.

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