Baby Products

Baby Food on Passover

The custom of disallowing the use of ‘Kitniyot’ (soy or corn, for example) was never applied to both infants or the ill who require kitniyot food. Despite the fact that Kitniyot for infants is permissible, the Mishna Brura states that it is preferable (but not mandatory) to avoid giving infants rice, buckwheat (kasha in Yiddish),…

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Baby Formula

The following infant formulas can be assumed to be free of chametz. Many are made from kitniyot ingredients. Kitniyot does not apply to infants. Please take care to prepare formulas and wash bottles and other utensils in an area outside the kitchen. Please note that these products are only acceptable when bearing the OU or…

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Baby Rice Cereals

There is possible chametz in most baby rice cereals, so the OU cannot recommend them for Passover use. However, there is no problem owning rice and making your own cereal from brown rice or non-enriched white rice over Passover. One should make the cereal using a special non-Pesach, non-chametz pot, and this special pot (and…

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Nutritionals and Dietary Supplements – Passover 2016

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING POINTS:  Many of the products contain kitniyot, some as the primary ingredient. Some of the products may contain minor ingredients that are possibly, though unlikely, produced from chametz-based raw materials. All such ingredients are used at a less than 1:60 ratio. Liquid versions of these products are preferable to their powdered…

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Prepared Baby Food

1. Gerber Baby Food: Carrots and Squash are acceptable for Passover l’chatchila (even for adults) when bearing the OU. 2. Gerber Baby Food: Green Beans and Peas are Kitniyot. 3. First Choice Baby Food: Apple Sauce, Carrots and Sweet Potatoes are approved when bearing an OU-P or OU Kosher for Passover symbol.

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