Vaad Hakashrus of Miami-Dade Releases Post Pesach Kashrus Advisory


The Vaad Hakashrus of Miami-Dade, known as Kosher Miami, has released a advisory regarding stores selling food that may be problematic after Pesach.

“Any chometz that a Jew owned on Pesach that was not sold or disposed of properly is known as chometz she’avar alav hapesach,” the Vaad wrote. “It is forbidden for any Jew to eat or benefit from chometz she’avar alav hapesach. This prohibition applies to any store or supplier that is Jewishly owned and did not sell their chometz.”

To help the Jewish community of South Florida, the Vaad included a list of many of the local chains that people regularly purchase foods from, and provide direction on how to ensure that no issur should occur.

Please see the list below:

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