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This label is on many products in Israel. In my experience, most people do trust the sticker labels; however, to be safe, when you see a product with the kosher certification stuck on a sticker to the box, it certainly cannot hurt to call the certifying agency to confirm that they do supervise that particular item. As a separate issue, many people do not ...
Rabbi Daniel Neustadt says the following in note 3 of Weekly Halacha Several sources report that the Chafetz Chayim eventually changed his ruling and exempted cooked fruits served as dessert from a blessing; see Orchos Rabbeinu 66 and Vezos ha-Berachah, pg. 78. [Others dispute that the Chafetz Chayim changed his ruling.] Reportedly, Harav A. ...
Let's address the particular product in question. From the Star-K: Misconception 5 - Frozen fruits or vegetables bearing kosher certification are pre-checked for toloyim [bugs] and are halachically insect-free. This is not necessarily so. Some certifications certify that the product does not require any further checking; other organizations may ...
Dagim is always and only Bishul Yisroel
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