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Anyone know of a kosher fruit flavored snack, similar to these? According to oukosher.org there exists a "Scooby-Doo! Fruit Flavored Snacks 10 Count Carton" that is OU Parve, but I cannot find it anywhere. I did not see any results on ok.org. We are looking for a fruit flavored snack that is tasty. Not of the 100% whole fruit variety. Thanks.

  • Is this what was described on oukosher.org? – Fred May 14 '13 at 5:22
  • So one would think. I don't see a any certification on the box image. I also saw that exact box at a local grocer, no certification on it anywhere. I feel like they ran a select run of the items or sell it to select store(s). – Michael May 16 '13 at 4:16
  • do you specifically want "scooby doo" snacks? – Clint Eastwood May 2 '17 at 17:56
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Not healthy, but Gushers were kosher, last time I checked.

  • Tasty non-fruit-based candy is unlikely to be healthy. – Double AA May 14 '13 at 6:04
  • @DoubleAA: he did say: Not of the 100% whole fruit variety – Menachem May 14 '13 at 6:32
  • Thanks Menachem. They are kosher. Hoping to find something more like a gummy bear, but not a gummy bear. – Michael May 16 '13 at 4:13
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Besides Gushers, Fruit by the Foot and Fruit Roll-Ups were kosher last I checked. All three are made by General Mills.

  • Thanks msh210. All true. Which is why I don't understand they don't make kosher fruit snacks. The Fruit roll-ups are close to the same thing. – Michael May 16 '13 at 4:14
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Jelly Belly fruit snacks has an OU on it.

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I don't know about availability where you live, but here in Texas, Gedilla Fruit Snacks are a good kosher choice and they're also kosher l'Pesach.

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Walmart's "Great Value" brand smily faces is k.

  • I'm sorry; it's been pointed out to me that "great value" is the name of a brand. I'll edit your answer to be more clear about that. If you can edit in how you know this to be the case, that would make this answer more valuable. Thanks! – Monica Cellio May 3 '17 at 1:07

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