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Nov 17, 2008 02:08 PM

kosher BISCOFF

anyone hear of this brand? what is similar in the US?

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  1. Not being familiar with Belgium kosher certification, I send Biscoff an E-mail asking them about the Kashrut of their products.
    I'll keep you posted of the answer

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      1. re: koshergourmetmart

        This is the answer from the company:
        "Hello Mark,

        We do offer a kosher Biscoff cookie. It is item number 0130. It gives you a total of two hundred individually wrapped kosher biscoff cookies. They are certified kosher by an international organization called Federation KF Kosher Supervision. It provides the highest standards of kosher food certification. Their KF Emblem is a registered trademark, protected under international law. You can visit their web site at If you have any additional questions feel free to give us a call at 1-800-422-2924. Have a nice day!

        The Gourmet Center
        I hope it helps

    1. Are these the cookies served on El Al? If so, I don't remember them being anything out of the ordinary. What's special about them?

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      1. re: rockycat

        If you fly United at breakfast time, domestic, these the the brown sugar sort of bisquit that is served. They are quite good. In Florida you can find them at Publix and in Illinois they are in Dominics.

        1. re: faleentoby

          Also at Walgreen's (in the candy bar aisle).

          1. re: ferret

            Yes, but are the Walgreen's/Dominick's version kosher? How come only some of them have a hechsher?

            1. re: rachelb99

              I'll check the package when I go back to Walgreen's. This site has the kosher ones:


              1. re: ferret

                If I recall correctly, the ones on United Airlines are "0116: BISCOFF WITH SUNNY COFFEE WRAPPER", which is not the kosher variety. Pity.

        1. re: Himishgal

          A quick scan of the ingredients suggests they should be pareve, but can't tell without checking the certification.

          1. re: ferret

            i believe they are pareve-I got a copy of the certification and it says: it is kosher under badatz chog chasam sofer pareve, pas yisrael under rabbi weber, antwerp belgium

        2. Hi!

          You can get them directly from

          I would like a little help from you if you have the time. A few weeks ago I found my biological father through Genes Reunited - we haven't been in contact for 40 years. It turns out he remarried after my Mum and I have a younger sister, nephew and niece. All of them were raised Jewish and kosher. I know that they celebrate Hannukah (apologies if I spell anything wrong). I very much want to find some little edible treats to add to the presents for the children (my niece is 12 and my nephew is 9). They are living in New York while I am British living in Texas so perhaps you could point me in the direction of some good websites or ideas???

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          1. re: Olwen1

            Many choices online, some with prepared baskets, others with specialty products. You can start here:


            However, this is a personal favorite that kids (and adults) will love: