Kosher Certified Coffee Filters

Notice how large and conspicuous the four seals are on the bottom compared to the kosher seal (see red arrow)

When you look at the large selection of different coffee beans, ground or whole, in your supermarket’s coffee aisle, chances are that all but one brand are kosher-certified. However, you may find it intriguing that even the leading brand of cone coffee filters in America certifies their products kosher, even though it is inedible. And as a side note, the store brand coffee filters we’ve looked at are typically NOT Kosher-Certified (NKC). Could this be an explanation for the lower prices in store-brand products? That is just part of The Kosher Question!

Just another inedible product kosher certified

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