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What does "Kosher" mean?
Kosher means food that complies with the strict dietary laws of traditional Jewish law. Kosher is more than health or food safety to Jewish persons. It is about adherence to tradition and reverence.
What are the three main Kosher categories?
The three Kosher categories are as follows:
Meat (fleishig): mammals or fowl, as well as products derived from them, including bones and broth
Dairy (milchig): milk, cheese, butter, and yogurt
Pareve: any food that is not meat or dairy, including fish, eggs, and plant-based foods
What should I know about Kosher traditions?
Kosher tradition prohibits serving or eating meat and dairy products together at the same meal. As well as that, all equipment and utensils used to process and clean meat and dairy must be kept separate - even down to the sinks where they're washed.
Why does CBD need Kosher certification?
Although CBD is a natural plant ingredient, it requires a hechsher (kosher certification) as soon as it is extracted from the plant, according to all Orthodox Jewish rabbinical sources. In other words, even pure CBD oil would require kosher certification, as well as gummies, chewing gum, flavored oils, and other edibles.
Are there other reasons why CBD must be Kosher certified?
A fruit, vegetable, or grain product (including hemp/cannabis) must not contain insects or insect larvae contaminants. All forms of insects are explicitly prohibited. Hence the reason that all of our Sababa CBD products receive Kosher certification.