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I only ordered 1 jug today because I didn’t know what KOSHER means.
Please tell me how it relates to Tupelo honey.
Kosher foods are those that conform to the regulations of Jewish dietary law. With regards to honey, it simply means the the honey is raw and pure, that nothing has been added. Of the honeys that we currently have available, 18 are Kosher. Pollen-infused and flavored honeys are not considered Kosher.
Lee, Please check out this link to read about Kosher, http://www.sealk.org/what-is-kosher/?gclid=CjwKEAiA9s_BBRCL3ZKWsfblgS8SJACbST7DlkzI2TSQKmLc8hxXrEKr0CVJNJlb1-JS0yNV_8g08hoCRdnw_wcB. Basically, for honey, it means that our bottling facility is clean and free of any contaminants. The only thing we do in our bottling facility is bottle honey…nothing else. We don’t make any other products. Except for our bottling equipment, there is nothing but honey in our bottling area.
Pure raw honey is considered kosher because bees don’t digest the nectar to create it. The honeys that we list as kosher have to flavorings of any kind added to them. They are simply pure raw honey straight from the honeycomb.