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Apr 15, 2011 11:57 AM

Wish list for Passover 2012 - manufacturers take note

I wish that someone would produce well-supervised coconut milk and coconut flour.

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  1. I wish for supervised quinoa flour.

    1. More Charedim shmurah matzoh so I don't have to run all over the place to find it.

      Heinz, please make your ketchup KLP.

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      1. re: MartyB

        Heinz ketchup for Pesach. That would be wonderful. Marty, I like the way you think.

          1. re: AdinaA

            When I need ketchup my only thought is what size Heinz to buy or is there a sale on Heinz. Take Heinz away and you have removed ketchup from the market. What you have are sweet tomato'ey stuff that looks a little like ketchup but is not really. When I go to the supermarket I turn to my daughter and say - What should we buy? Lieber, Gefen, Mishpacha? She shrugs her shoulder and we buy what is cheapest. After all, which of the farchnucte brands really is the better tasting. Maybe we need is a ketchup tasting station like we have for wine.

            I do understand that Hunts has a "ketchup" ( I never tried it) which also could use a KLP so what I say, WLOG (without loss of generality) applies to Hunts as well.

            1. re: MartyB

              Kosher for Passover Fire Roasted Tomato Sauce.
              Healthier prepared Passover foods with good taste.
              Quinoa and amaranth that is Kosher for Passover supervised.
              Kosher for Passover coconut flour

        1. Salt free canned crushed tomatoes.

          1. Sugar-Free Powdered Drink Mix. I don't know why this is overlooked year after year! On-the-go packets would be great, but let's start with some basic Iced tea/Lemonade/Fruit Punch cans.

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                1. re: Miri1

                  I thought I read somewhere that Splenda was impractical because it needs some ingredient for binding or the opposite of binding that is corn-based. IOW, it would take a major reformulation, not a minor change.

                  1. re: DeisCane

                    Splenda is available institutionally for Pesach, but not for consumers. I scored a box of Sucralose from Israel this year.

                2. Somebody does all the work!