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In order to be kosher for Passover, a product must be prepared with ingredients that are kosher for Passover, on equipment that is kosher for Passover. A cheese that is kosher for Passover will have Kosher supervision during the process to ensure that all ingredients and equipment is Passover certified. In order for milk to be Cholov Yisroel, a Jew must be ...


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I think it's worth clarifying a misconception behind this question, which in turn will answer the question. Kashrus of milk can be divided into 3 categories: 1) Chalav Akum- milk which has no supervision upon it. As expressed in Y.D. 115 Chazal forbade this milk due to concerns that non-kosher milk may be mixed in. No one permits this today. 2) Chalav ...


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Certain industries have a strong chazakah that they only would put in certain ingredients. It would be harmful to their products tastes to use other ingredients or alternatively they have an industry tradition that limits potential ingredients that is well respected. Examples: This is why traditional domestic (USA) unflavored beer was considered to not ...


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