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Kosher Certification Kosher Organics
The Kosher Organics symbol is listed under the OLAM HATORAH universal directory of “Torah and Chesed Institutions” as a kosher supervision and certification trademark. The Kosher Organics symbol is listed by Rabbi Eliezer Eidlitz in KOSHERQUEST the leading source of Kashrus information as a reliable kosher symbol as listed on kosherquest.org.
Kosherquest Online Kashrus Information
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Kosher Symbols, Kosherquest.org Online Kashrus
Rabbi Shlomo Gissinger (NO SYMBOL) Rabbi Shlomo Gissinger 170 Sunset Road Lakewood, NJ Phone: (732) Rabbi Binyamin Gruber (NO SYMBOL) Rabbi Binyamin Gruber 122 Adar Court Monsey, NY Phone: (845) Jersey Shore Orthodox Rabbinate (J.S.O.R.) Jersey Shore Orthodox Rabbinate (J.S.O.R.) 230 Crosby Avenue Deal, NJ
Administration – Yeshiva Aharon Yaakov / Ohr Eliyahu
Rabbi Eidlitz receives tens of thousands of emails from around the world inquiring about the verification of kashrus symbols and products. Rabbi Eidlitz and his wife Debbie are the parents of 5 married children, many grandchildren, and greatgrandchildren.
Pesach News and Updates, Kosherquest.org – Online
From the New Square Kosher Council: Freeda Vitamins – not certified for Pesach. We were asked to post the quote below from the New Square Kosher Council – Rabbi Eidlitz said that many of the vitamins contain Kitniyos. “Please note that New Square Kosher Council does NOT certify any of Freeda Vitamins for Passover. Rabbi C. M. Wagshal.
Directory of Kosher Certifying Agencies
Directory of Kosher Certifying Agencies There are well over 1,400 kosher certifying agencies in the world today. As a public service, the Chicago Rabbinical Council is presenting a list of common acceptable kosher symbols and their agencies'' contact information.
halacha Which hechsheirim are reliable Mi Yodeya
"Reliable" is a loaded word. Let''s try "accepted among conventional American Orthodox standards as we know them." A good first place to try is Rabbi Eidlitz''s kosherquest list: