The laws that provide the foundation for a kosher dietary pattern are collectively referred to as kashrut and are found within the Torah, the Jewish book of sacred texts. Instructions for practical application of these laws are passed down through oral tradition.

Kosher dietary laws are comprehensive and provide a rigid framework of rules that not only outline which foods are allowed or forbidden but also mandate how permitted foods must be produced, processed, and prepared prior to consumption.

Some of the main kosher dietary guidelines ban certain food pairings — particularly that of meat and dairy.

There are three main kosher food categories:

  • Meat (fleishig): Mammals or fowl, as well as products derived from them, including bones or broth.
  • Dairy (milchig): Milk, cheese, butter, and yogurt.
  • Pareve: Any food that is not meat or dairy, including fish, eggs, and plant-based foods.

According to kosher tradition, any food categorized as meat may never be served or eaten at the same meal as a dairy product.

Furthermore, all utensils and equipment used to process and clean meat and dairy must be kept separate — even down to the sinks in which they’re washed.

Here is a list of Kosher certified foods that are provided by Purium Health Products.

Kosher Certified Products:

  • 40 x aloe vera
  • barley green juice, powder
  • carrot juice plus
  • cocoa mint spirulina
  • cracked cell chlorella, powder
  • cracked cell chlorella, tablets
  • daily fiber blend, caramel apple
  • daily fiber blend, original
  • green spectrum, lemon
  • green spectrum, original
  • kamut blend
  • powershake, apple berry
  • powershake, original
  • rice bran solubles
  • spirulina, capsules
  • spirulina, powder
  • tropic oil

Purium Health Products owners are working to have more of their products Kosher certified. Be sure to bookmark this page so you can keep an eye on any newly Kosher certified Purium products.