Girl Scout Labeling and Nutrition Frequently Asked Questions

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Q: Can you explain the Kosher Symbols to me?

A: You will see three different Kosher Symbols on the products we provided for Girl Scouts. Products marked with the symbol are certified kosher by the Orthodox Union and do not contain meat or dairy products.

Products marked with the symbol are certified Kosher by the Orthodox Union and either contain or are processed on equipment that processes dairy products.

Products marked with the symbol are certified kosher by OK Kosher Certification and contain or are processed on equipment that processes dairy products.

Products that are not listed as Kosher either contain an ingredient that is not kosher or an ingredient from a supplier that is not certified as kosher.

For additional information on kosher certification and the agencies that certify our products visit The Orthodox Union Kosher or the OK Kosher.

Q: What does "gluten free" mean?

Q: Several of your chocolate covered items list partially hydrogenated oil early in the ingredient list but are labeled as containing 0 trans-fat, is this a mistake?

Q: Why use partially hydrogenated oils at all?