CORcast #3: What is a Kosher Supervised Event & Why Does it Matter (Podcast)
2017 Canadian Kosher Slurpee List
Below is a list of Slurpee flavours sold in Canada. Please note that it is advisable to verify that the actual concentrate being used is on this recommended list: 7UP Barq’s Red Cream Soda Barq’s Root...
CORcast #2: Tips & Tricks for the Kosher Traveler (Podcast)
CORcast: The Kosher Status of Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Shops (Podcast)
Uncertified Frozen Yogurt and Ice Cream Shops
As part of a kosher certification program, reliable kosher certification agencies ensure that their certified products are packaged and sealed according to appropriate halachic guidelines. This means that as long as the product...
2016/5777 COR Pas Yisroel List
The Inside Scoop: We All Scream for Ice Cream!
AISH TANOOR: A Little Israel on Eglinton
2016 Canadian Kosher Slurpee List
May is Kosher Restaurant Month!
COR-Kashruth Council of Canada is pleased to announce that May is “Kosher Restaurant Month” in the Greater Toronto Area! 26 participating COR certified kosher restaurants are offering 10% off their regular menus...
5776/2015 COR Pas Yisroel List
Are Vegan Restaurants Kosher?
Here are some of the challenges for kosher consumers looking to dine in vegan restaurants. By Richard Rabkin Market research amongst consumers who look for kosher certified food shows an interesting phenomenon: Jews...
2015 Canadian Kosher Slurpee List
COR Answers over 5000 Consumer Questions for Passover
New Text-A-Question service a resounding success with over 1000 text questions It has been said that for a kosher certifier, the month before Passover is akin to an accountant during tax season and...
No Question Left Unanswered at COR Pre Passover Event
By Sarah RosenThe Toronto Jewish community was well fed, well informed andwell entertained on Wednesday, March 18th at The Kashruth Council ofCanada (COR)’s annual Pre-Passover lecture, held this year at...
Why Does the US Have More Kosher Products than Canada?
Kosher Cheese Please
A halachik analysis of the requirements to make kosher cheese. By: Rabbi Tsvi Heber Introduction This article examines several issues that surround the kashrus of cheese-making; both historical and contemporary. 1. What makes kosher cheese...
Rosh Hashana Kosher CORner Magazine 2014/5775
The Big Apple Pie: Chudleigh's Goes COR Kosher
Chudleigh’s apple farm is well known as a destination for family outings. But if you like apple pie, get to know Chudleigh’s 125,000 square foot commercial bakery which is now under COR supervision....
Top Passover Questions from the COR Kosher Hotline 2014
COR is pleased to answer questions from kosher consumers throughout the year. This service is especially popular during the weeks leading up to Passover, as evidenced by the nearly two thousand questions answered...
Sephardic Passover Traditions
A look at some of the fascinating Passover rituals practiced by Moroccan, Iraqi, Bucharian and Indian Jews By Chava Fine Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews each possess a rich set of customs and traditions that trace...
The Kosher Chicken Situation: Information and Update
2013/5774 Pas Yisroel List
COR Statement on Kosher Status of "Test-Tube" Meat
We at COR-Kashruth Council of Canada read with great interest the recent news that scientists at Maastricht University in the Netherlands have created meat in a laboratory derived from animal cells. We...
Kosher Food at Pearson Airport Thanks to COR Certified Grodzinski Bakery
COR's Top Ten Passover Questions and Answers for 2013
Consumers in the Greater Toronto Area and across Canada had kosher questions leading up to Passover and many of them called the COR Passover hotline for answers. COR-Kashruth Council of Canada answered approximately...
My Kosher Kitchen @ COR:Two New Cooking Classes in the GTA
A Brief History of Macaroons
COR Passover Guide 2013/5773
Mashgiach @ Home: A First Hand Account
My Kosher Kitchen@COR: Adventures in Bug Checking
Perl's is Back!
To this day when Canadian kosher consumers hear the name “Perl’s” they think kosher meat. Perl’s was known by kosher and non-kosher consumers alike, as the largest manufacturer of kosher meat products in...
My Kosher Kitchen@COR: Zucchini Soup
By Nancy Weisbrod, Director of Culinary Education, COR- Kashruth Council of Canada While the secular world celebrates the calendar new year with parties where champagne flows and party horns blow (I’ve never...
COR Mashgiach at Baycrest Rabbi Wilhelm Demonstrates Pan Engraving System (Video)
Introducing...My Kosher Kitchen @ COR
Hamizrach Restaurant: The Food Tells a Story
COR Answers Over 1500 Passover Related Consumer Questions
Kosher at the Park Hyatt
Say Kosher Cheese
Purim Recipes by Norene Gilletz
PAREVE PURIM TREATS By Norene Gilletz Looking for some pareve Purim treats for your Purim baskets for mishloach manot or to serve for your Purim seudah? Try these new angles on traditional treats. Enjoy! POPPY...
COR Spotlight: Spudniks Snack Foods
COR Kosher Consumer Survey
PregVit® and PregVit folic 5® Prenatal Multivitamins: Fully Compliant with Passover Requirements
Duchesnay, the first Canadian company to have been granted Kosher certification from the Kashruth Council of Canada (COR) for its prenatal multivitamins PregVit® and PregVit folic 5®, has just received confirmation that the two products...
The Technology Behind a COR Potato Chip
As described by Rabbi Sholom H. Adler, Director of Industrial Kosher Operations If you are like me, you may occasionally enjoy “noshing” on a bag of potato chips, and as a consumer, satisfying this...
New COR Restaurant: Dr. Laffa
Howie T’s: A Burger Bar Blessing
COR Certifies Metropolitan Ice Cream and Helps Keep Summers Cool
PregVit and PregVit Folic 5: COR Kosher and Proud
What Does Dairy Equipment (DE) Mean?
Does It Really Need to be Kosher Certified?
By: Rabbi Tsvi Heber, Director of Community Kosher Operations, COR Keeping kosher has never been easier for kosher shoppers. Statistics show that kosher certified products now represent a whopping 1/3rd of all products for sale at...
Are Slurpees Kosher?
Kosher consumers seeking relief from the heat migrate to their local 7-Elevens, gas stations and other variety stores for ice-cold and refreshing Slurpees. With a Slurpee in one hand and a cell phone...
Infestation In Sardines: A Case Study
As we at COR have written here, there have been several reports recently of consumers finding worm infestation in their sardines. Sardines from Morocco, Philippines and Thailand and all skinless and boneless sardines are...
Is Sushi Kosher?