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The following additional information on the Mexican kashrus alert from KMD Mexico posted on October 39, 2015.

Por causa de lo suscitado en el establecimiento Súper Zol donde se encontraron anomalías en el Kashrut de la carne. Baruj Hashem nos percatamos del suceso y ya se tomaron medidas estrictas para que no vuelva a suceder.
Se recalca que los problemas fueron con la carne de res y no con el pollo.
La Comunidad se hace responsable y afronta la situación y ayudaremos sin cargo a todos aquellos que lo soliciten.
Por favor acercarse a los Rabinos de la Comunidad Maguén David para recibir las instrucciones necesarias acerca de la kasherización de la cocina y sus utensilios, lo cual es obligatorio según la Halajá, para lo que se cuenta con un grupo de señoras voluntarias que se ponen a disponibilidad del público que necesite hacer la hagala. Favor de comunicarse con las Coordinadoras de las voluntarias:

  • Sra. Milly Sacal. Tel: 55 8543 3333.
  • Sra. Amelia Blanga. Tel: 55 5109 2148.

También habrá una hagalá pública el día lunes 2 de noviembre de 10:00 a 16:00 horas en el Midrash Kol Eliahu, ubicado en la calle Secretaría de la Marina No. 578 (frente a Residencial Vidalta). Informes con R. Yaacov Alfíe, tel. 55 6316 5608.
Los utensilios deben estar limpios y sin uso por 24 horas
Para mayor información favor de comunicarse con:
  • Rab Shelomó Tawil, tel. 55 5109 2349.
  • Rab David Abourmad, tel. 55 1568 6879.

Translated by Google translate:
Because of the points made in the establishment where Zol Super abnormalities Kashrut meat found.
Baruch Hashem we realize the event and already strict measures to ensure that does not happen again taken.
It is emphasized that the problems were with beef and not chicken.
Community liable and face the situation and help free of charge to those who request it.
Please approach the Rabbis of the Community Magen David to receive the necessary instructions on kasherización kitchen and utensils, which is required by Halacha, for which it has a group of volunteer ladies are made availability to the public you need do it. Please contact the coordinators of the volunteers:

  • Mrs. Milly Sacal.. Tel: 55 8543 3333.
  • Mrs. Amelia Blanga.. Tel: 55 5109 2148.

There will also be a public haggalah on Monday, November 2 from 10:00 to 16:00 hours in the Midrash Kol Eliahu, located at the Navy Secretariat No. 578 (vs. Residential Vidalta). Reports R. Yaacov Alfie, tel. 55 6316 5608.
Utensils must be clean and unused for 24 hours
For further information please contact (see above)


The following Mexican kashrus alert from KMD Mexico on October 23, 2015.

Se Detectaron irregularidades en la Carnicería "Super Zol" ubicada en Secretaria de Marina No. 471, Lomas de Chamizal. El establecimiento está cerrado. Las irregularidades fueron causada por un empleado.
Las personas que adquirieron carne a partir del 1 de julio de 2015 hasta la fecha no pueden consumirla.
Los utensilios que se usaron para esta carne, en caliente, se les debe hacer Hagalá.
Al horno se le debe hacer Libún Kal.
Las vajillas de porcelana se les puede hacer hagalá tres veces para kasherizar.
Antes de hacer hagalá o libún se debe de esperar pasen 24 horas sin uso.
Los utensilios que se utilizaron con esta carne a fuego directo como alambres, planchas, parrillas de asado, charolas de hornear al horno directo, etc., no tienen arreglo y deben ser cambiadas.

Translation from a reader, William Sherwin:
Irregularities were detected in the butcher shop "Super Zol", located at Secretary of the Navy No. 471, Lomas de Chamizal. The establishment is closed. The irregularities were caused by an employee.
People who bought meat from 1 July 2015 onward should not consume it [as it is not considered to be kosher from that date].

  • The utensils that were used for this meat, if it was hot, must be kashered by haggalah.
  • One's oven may be kashered by Libun Kal.
  • Porcelain tableware may be kashered by performing haggalah three times.
  • Before performing haggalah or libun, ensure that the items in question were not used for 24 hours.
  • The utensils that were used with the meat over direct heat as wires, plates, barbecue grills, baking trays, directly in an oven, etc., cannot be kashered and must be replaced.

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