This comprehensive work discusses the important Kosher issue of insect infestation in the foods we eat and how to properly prepare those foods. The Orthodox Union is proud to present the fourth edition of this publication to the kosher consuming community, as part of its ongoing project to promote public awareness in the area of insect infestation in fruits, vegetables, and berries.
Kosher Gardens has been producing high quality kosher certified vegetables for many years. All products are greenhouse grown, which greatly minimizes the risk for bacteria and other safety concerns. A team of experts ensures Kosher Gardens products conform to the highest quality, as well as FDA, HAACP, GMP, and OU guidelines. Although Kosher Garden is not certified organic, they use fewer pesticides than their traditionally grown counterparts. Read More
Bodek Kosher Produce: First in the Kosher Vegetable Revolution
So Your’re Looking For An Easy Salad? No problem. Rip open a bag of lettuce, add dressing, and voilà – you’ve got your salad. Want something more exotic? Try the freezer section – broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, frozen strawberries – all strictly kosher and ready to use. No big deal, you think. Couldn’t be easier. Read More
Also: see A Summary of OU Insect Checking Policies
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