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Kosher Tidbits from around the Web — July 3, 2007

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Good news comes to those who wait – beginning this summer Jelly Belly jelly beans will be certified kosher by the Orthodox Union.




And in other OU news – ou.org is launching a kosher cooking channel, Simply Kosher, with original videos from some of today’s top chefs.



Looking for a parve cream to decorate your cakes with?  Look no further than the new Manischewitz line of frostings.  To match their parve cake mixes, there are now two frostings–vanilla and chocolate–available in your local supermarkets.



Buzz around town is about Dunkin Donuts and whether or not the Brooklyn locations are kosher.  According to an ad in The Jewish Press print edition only two locations are no longer certified kosher — the one on Avenue J and East 15th Street and the store on Avenue U and 86th Street (both in Brooklyn).  Please be sure to check each individual store for a kashrus certificate before patronizing.

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