Until now, I always saw an OK-D on the container...now I just bought strawberry flavor without a hashgacha (and ate it before I noticed). Any clues?
no. first I heard of it-check with the OK
I remember it only having a plain "K". it was never accepted in the orthodox community.
It's the Greek 100 calorie yogurt. I spoke (emailed) with the OK, and they said that any containers without a hashgacha are made in an unsupervised plant. Sigh.
Bad policy for the OK to allow both kosher and non-kosher yogurt being made with the same label. Mistakes are certainly going to happen.
Agreed. And it already did. It was delicious.
The fact that it was so delicious should have been your first clue that it might not be kosher!!
I've had it (once, and totally didn't realize if it didn't have a hechsher) but I thought it tasted like chemicals. The chobani flips strawberry is delicious.
i guess one must look at packaging and not assume
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