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COR Pas Yisroel List 5781/2020

0240491020fd2d1e6d8d49e9229d5c7e.jpgCOR is proud to present our annual Pas Yisroel List for the Aseres Yimai Teshuva. The Pas Yisroel List helps kosher consumers adhere to the requirement to keep Pas Yisroel during the 10 days of teshuva between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur as well as those who try to adhere to the stringency of Pas Yisroel all year round. It is noteworthy to mention that only products made from the “5 grains” (wheat, barley, rye, spelt, oats) are subject to the parameters of pas yisroel.

*Please note that this list is for establishments that are currently open (as of September 18, 2020).

Aish Tanoor
Amazing Donuts
Aroma Espresso Bar Kosher
Auleaf Café
Bais HaTavshil
Bali Laffa
Bikur Cholim
Bistro Grande
Bubby's Bagels (both locations)
Café Sheli
Centro Café
Chicken Nest
Daiter's Kitchen Outlet
Dr. Laffa (all locations)
Electric Love Bake Shop
Elite Salads
Ely's Fine Foods
Gladstone's Bistro
Golden Chopsticks (except fortune cookies)
Grodzinski Bakery (both locations, products made on site)
Haymishe Bakery
Hermes Bakery
Howie T's Burger Bar
Isaac's Bakery
Jacobs' Food Company
Kosher City Bakery (products made on site)
Kosher Gourmet (products made on site)
Kosher Pickle
La Briut
Marron Bistro
Milk N Honey
My Zaidy's Bakery
My Zaidy's Pizza
Omni Jewels and Java
Pantry Café
Pizza Café
Prime on Avenue
Real Canadian Superstore (products made on site)
Richmond Kosher Bakery (products made on site)
Savours (both locations -products made on site)
Shalom India
Slice n' Bites
Sobeys Bakery and Take Out (products made on site)
Surreal Sweets
Thornhill Kosher Pizza
Toronto Kosher (products made on site)
Tov Li Pizza (both locations)
Yours Truly Meats
Industrial Products:
Backerhaus Veit (COR 432) baked and par baked products
Easy Sweets Baked Goods
Holyland Pita
Mexicasa (COR 722) all flour tortillas
Pita Bros.
Rivi's Guilt Free Cookies
Solis Mexian Foods (COR 722) flour tortillas
Sweets from the Earth

All COR certified catered events are Pas Yisroel unless otherwise indicated.

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