ConAgra Foods has released a statement in response to a class action lawsuit that calls into question the kosher status of its Hebrew National products.
A lawsuit was filed against ConAgra Foods by customers who claimed the company’s products aren’t kosher as labelled.
Responding to this claim, ConAgra stated:
Hebrew National products are kosher, and this lawsuit is without merit. Hebrew National's kosher status is certified by a well-recognised and authorised third-party.
There is close rabbinical supervision of the food preparation process and packaging equipment. For more than 100 years, Hebrew National has followed strict dietary law, using only specific cuts of beef that meet the highest standards for quality, cleanliness, and safety with no by-products, artificial flavours, or artificial colours.
Source: ConAgra Foods
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