Below are many excerpts of actual questions The Yoshon Network has received over the years from readers.

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No, it just means we have no information available on that particular product.

 


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When you view a product, each one has "Description" and "Additional Info" to the right. The hechsher can be viewed by clicking on "Description", and all the pertinent info like Date Codes, Shelf Life, Kosher Status, etc. is in "Additional Info".


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Find the Date Code stamped on your product's package. This may be a "Best By" date, or a production date code. If the date on your package is earlier than that listed for the product on our site, it is considered Yoshon. If it is the same or later, it is Chodosh. For factory production codes (when applicable), the code..... Read More »

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We update as soon as possible whenever we get new information. We display the date of revisions, also, any new Bulletins for The Guide to Chodosh are accessible as we update the entries on the page: Updates & Downloads.


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See our informative page, "What is Yoshon?"


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If it isn’t listed on our site, we don’t have the information. Nor do we make Halachic rulings. A good resource to ask is Project Chodosh at [email protected] We aren’t affiliated with Project Chodosh but we often refer people to them for help.

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The phrase "No Yoshon Hashgacha" found in "A Guide to Chodosh" just means there was no Mashgiach (kosher supervisor) overseeing the product who specialized in Yoshon Hashgacha. It is just general Hashgacha (supervision to make sure the product is kosher. Some products (mostly for "Jewish" product companies) have a Mashgiach that specifically checks for the Yoshon status of the item..... Read More »

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No, it is always Yoshon!

For a complete list of items that are always Yoshon, go to: Buying Products.


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