Is BURBERRY perfume for women kosher for Pesach?

COR Passover guide 2019 says:Perfume, Cologne – make sure that it should not have Chametz-derived alcohol.

What if the label says only denatured alcohol ?

Some view that as a problem as it usually reversible. This is because the government requirement of “denatured alcohol” just requires that the reverse process be more expensive then just buying liquor.

Conclusion

If there is a chance that the alcohol comes from grain products and you follow the strict opinion of denatured alcohol then you should sell it with the rest of your chametz before Pasach.

But if anyone could give us information about the source of the alcohol in this product it would be helpful.

keeping kosher in a non-kosher world

Rabbi Eliezer Wolff wrote this for a general Jewish Orthodox audience. The book is slightly dated but all the concepts are richly educational. The topics covered are concise but extensive enough to cover almost every problem or question you might come across.

The book was translated into multiple languages including Russian. Translate this page to Russian, French, Spanish, Hebrew or Yiddish by clicking on the flag on the right side here –>

The topic headings are as follows:

1 Drinking coffee in a non-kosher restaurant.
2,3 Eating in a vegetarian restaurant.
4 Buying fish in non-kosher fish stores.
5,6 Buying fruit and juice in non-kosher stores.
7-10 Laws pertaining to a dishwasher.
11-13 Laws pertaining to a stove top.
14-17 Laws pertaining to an oven.
18-20 Laws pertaining to microwave ovens.
21-22 Laws concerning Cholov Yisroel.
23-25 Bread baked by Jews and non-Jews.
26 Using and kashering a toaster.
27 Cheese made by non-Jews.
28-30 Food cooked by non-Jews.
31 A non-Jew working in the kitchen.
32-35 Kashering utensils.
36-39 Laws concerning dipping utensils in a mikveh.
40-41 Laws concerning buying kosher meat.
42-43 Foods requiring Rabbinic supervision.
44 Definition of ‘glatt kosher’. What is Glatt Kosher mean?
45 Laws concerning old and new flour.

Nordstrom Kosher in Toronto

Two Nordstrom luxury department stores in Toronto offer kosher meals. One in Yorkdale Shopping Mall in North York and one in the Eaton Center downtown. The kosher symbol is COR.

The status of the glasses and cutlery should be looked into.

Grab & GO (Nordstroms 2nd FL Bar Verde) 260 Yonge St Toronto ON M5B 2L9 Canada (416) 552-2920

Grab & GO (Nordstroms 2nd FL Habitant Restaurant) 3401 Dufferin St Toronto ON M6A 2T9 Canada (416) 780-6645

Grab & GO (Foodwares at the Bay Lower Level Hudson Bay Co) 176 Yonge St Toronto ON M5C 2L7 Canada (416) 861-9111

Penalty for misrepresenting product as kosher

Calling a product kosher to has legal ramifications. Printing a trademarked kosher symbol on a product without certification is illegal. Kashruth organisations somewhat routinely catch products misrepresented as kosher. There are various different responses from kosher agency appropriate for each particular case.

The only goal of a Kashruth agency is to ensure the integrity of kosher products for the Jewish community. Recently a consumer sued in court Adee Flour Mills for misusing there logo. The company was fined 25,000 dollars for the “spiritual trauma” they caused by having a COR on Devil’s Food cake mix.

56 different names for sugar

This is not a Kosher recommended list. Some sugars listed here are 100% Chametz or Kitniyot. Explore more, or ask your Rabbi for a specific type of sugar.

  1. Sucrose
  2. Fructose
  3. High-Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
  4. Agave Nectar
  5. Beet sugar
  6. Blackstrap molasses
  7. Brown sugar
  8. Buttered syrup
  9. Cane juice crystals
  10. Cane sugar
  11. Caramel
  12. Carob syrup
  13. Castor sugar
  14. Coconut sugar
  15. Confectioner’s sugar (powdered sugar)
  16. Date sugar
  17. Demerara sugar
  18. Evaporated cane juice
  19. Florida crystals
  20. Fruit juice
  21. Fruit juice concentrate
  22. Golden sugar
  23. Golden syrup
  24. Grape sugar
  25. Honey
  26. Icing sugar
  27. Invert sugar
  28. Maple syrup
  29. Molasses
  30. Muscovado sugar
  31. Panela sugar
  32. Raw sugar
  33. Refiner’s syrup
  34. Sorghum syrup
  35. Sucanat
  36. Treacle sugar
  37. Turbinado sugar
  38. Yellow sugar
  39. Barley malt
  40. Brown rice syrup
  41. Corn syrup
  42. Corn syrup solids
  43. Dextrin
  44. Dextrose
  45. Diastatic malt
  46. Ethyl maltol
  47. Glucose
  48. Glucose solids
  49. Lactose
  50. Malt syrup
  51. Maltodextrin
  52. Maltose
  53. Rice syrup
  54. Crystalline fructose
  55. D-ribose
  56. Galactose

Is half Moon (Pregnant K) kosher?

It seems to have been inherited by OU. What that means for products now that only have that hechser? OU is managing the kashrus of its operations which is good. Sometimes OU keeps the original hechsher kind of as a band thing, but sometimes it differentiates slightly different kashrus standards. Basically at worst it depends on the product. An uncomplicated product would be ok for sure.