10 Products You Can’t Believe Are Kosher

If you didn’t grow up kosher, one of the hardest things to deal with when going kosher is finding alternatives to your favorite products. But here are 10 you won’t have to replace and may be surprised that they are kosher already.

Heinz Ketchup

Heinz has a lot of kosher products and even maintains a list of kosher products. Fortunately for kids everywhere, their famous Heinz Tomato Ketchup is certified by the Orthodox Union.

Cholula Hot Sauce

Where others can’t do without ketchup, I can live without my Cholula Hot Sauce. Fortunately, it is kosher.

A & W Root Beer

Although an A & W restaurant may be hard to find (and they aren’t kosher anyway), their bottled (and canned) A & W Root Beer is.

Filipo Berio Olive Oil

Although less than .06% of Italians are Jews, their famous export Filipo Berio Olive Oil is kosher. Another product I couldn’t live without.

Padrinos Tortilla Chips

Padrinos Tortilla Chips…kosher by several authorities.

Bisquick

Obviously not for Passover, but Betty Crocker’s Bisquick is kosher on all other days.

Cheez-Its

Cheez-It Crackers…kosher.

Bonne Maman Orange Marmalade

Bonne Maman jams are not only great because they are kosher but also because they only use sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup.

Best Foods Mayonaise

Most people think mayo is dairy but it’s not. Best Foods Real Mayonnaise is kosher and parve.

Chobani Greek YogurtI start almost every day with vanilla Chobani Greek Yogurt and granola. Yep, it’s kosher.

L’Chaim!