Fraudulent Kosher Claim on Baked Goods

27 Adar I 5774
February 27, 2014

The item appearing below is a translation from the Hebrew original appearing in the Chief Rabbinate of Israel Kashrus Enforcement Unit alert number 011/5774, published on 26 Adar I 5774.

The Maalot and Nahariya Rabbinate report they do not provide kosher supervision for baked goods sold under the “Baklava” label despite the fact the labeling says otherwise.
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  • Aliza
    February 28, 2014 - 11:32 | Permalink

    what about the Reuben’s hechsher displayed? is that also not valid. that would be a bigger concern, as that is a mehadrin that most people use.please respond, even though I do not buy baked goods, it concerns me that there are fraudulent printing of hechsherim,

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