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The following industrial kashrus alert is from the OU on March 30, 07 .

Hebei Baoshuo was kosher certified by the Orthodox Union until March 30, 2006. A forged Orthodox Union Letter of Certification has been disseminated which falsely represents their products as being currently certified kosher. All products of Hebei Baoshuo are not to be considered kosher certified unless the products are named in an appropriately dated Orthodox Union LOC and clearly manufactured prior to March 30, 2006.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0219

The following industrial kashrus alert is from the Kosherquest.net on March 18, 2007 and confirmed by the OU.

Everbest Chemicals, a Chinese manufacturer, has disseminated a forged O/U letter of certification which falsely represents their products as being kosher. Everbest Chemicals' products should not be accepted as Kosher certified by the Orthodox Union.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0218

The following Kashrus alert is from the KOAOA on March 15, 2007.

Some #10 cans (6 lb. 9oz) cans of La Romanella brand Marinara Sauce with Real Romano Cheese (Distributed by Amerifoods Trading, Los Angeles, CA) were erroneously printed with a KOAOA - Half-Moon K hechsher on the label. This product is not kosher certified. Affected labels have been recalled. This product was distributed in Smart and Final stores in California. Consumers finding this product with the hechsher on the label are asked to contact KOAOA at ko@kosher.org.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0217

The following egg allergy alert is from the FDA on March 1, 2007.

Continental Mills, Seattle, WA is recalling 2976, 5 lb. boxes of GFS Buttermilk Pancake Mix UPC #93901 24580 because they may contain undeclared egg. GFS Buttermilk Pancake Mix was distributed since January 2007 to the following states through Gordon Food Service, Inc. (GFS) delivery and GFS Marketplace stores: MI, OH, IN, IL, FL, PA, and KY. The recalled GFS Buttermilk Pancake is packaged in a 5 lb. cardboard box with the code date printed on the top flap. The code dates involved have the first six digits KB6313 and KB6314. The company has notified its distributors and customers where the product was distributed. Customers who have GFS Buttermilk Pancake Mix with either of these codes should destroy the product and bring their receipt back to the GFS Marketplace store for a full refund. Contact Continental Mills at 1-800-426-0955 Monday through Friday 8:00-5:00 PST for additional information.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0216

The following health alert is from the FDA on March 1, 2007.

Salmonella found in the ConAgra Plant: As a follow-up to the recent Salmonella outbreak linked to peanut butter, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is conducting an extensive inspection of ConAgra's Sylvester, Georgia processing plant. Samples collected by the FDA revealed the presence of Salmonella. The fact that FDA found Salmonella in the plant environment further suggests that the contamination likely took place prior to the product reaching consumers. Last week, tests by several states identified Salmonella in many open jars of Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butter recovered from consumers. In these instances, the Salmonella found in the plant and in the open jars matched the outbreak strain recovered from consumers who became ill.
Peanut Butter Toppings Part of Recall: FDA has learned that the ConAgra plant in Sylvester, GA, sent bulk Peter Pan peanut butter to its plant in Humboldt, TN. The three brands described below are part of the original Peter Pan recall. These brands have been recalled and are no longer being sold. However, some consumers may still have these products in their home. Consumers who have any of the products listed below should discard them. Individuals who are not sure if the purchased product contains the recalled peanut butter topping should contact the store where the product was purchased.
The bulk peanut butter was used to make the following toppings:

Recall Status and More Information: ConAgra informed the public that it is recalling all Peter Pan peanut butter and all Great Value peanut butter beginning with product code 2111. The company's recall extends to products made since December 2005. FDA's advice to consumers continues to be not to eat any Peter Pan peanut butter or any Great Value peanut butter beginning with the 2111 product code.
The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0215

The following kashrus alert is from the MK dated Febuary 23, 2007.

Please be advised that due to kashrus violations Alipro Ingredients, Inc. no longer bears MK certification with immediate effect. All brand names bearing MK 320 including Dependable Food, Carbotrol, Fulafruit, Amifruit, Intergel, La Cremeiere, Menu, Gina, Nina, Mouskad, and Alipro, select

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0214

The following kashrus alert is from the Chicago Rabbinical Council on Febuary 1, 2007.

Effective immediately, Solstice Industries and Nectar Transport, both of Chicago, IL, have ceased operations, and as such, are no longer under the certification of the cRc.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0213

The following kashrus alert is from the CRC on January 30, 2007.

Although there was a possibility that Flavorchem was no longer going to be under the supervision of the cRc, it has now been decided that the certification will remain unchanged and they will continue to be certified by the cRc. There was never any lapse in kashrus. Our apologies for any confusion or inconvenience.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0212

The following kashrus alert is from the OK on January 24, 2007.

Please be advised that, effective IMMEDIATEY, OK Kosher NO LONGER certifies ALMIL AG, Bad Homburg, Germany.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0211

The following kashrus alert is from the Chicago Rabbinical Council on January 8, 2007.

Effective immediately, Agmark Foods, Nashville, TN, has chosen not to renew the kosher certification for their trucking division.

The previous item can be cited with the URL: http://www.kashrut.com/TradeNotices/?alert=T0210
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