Clover Food Lab is Certified Kosher

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Clover is certified Kosher according to Jewish law. Clover food products are under the strict Orthodox rabbinic supervision of Rabbi Barry Dolinger of Congregation Beth Sholom in Providence, Rhode Island. All food products are to be considered dairy according to Jewish Law.

We decided to pursue Kosher supervision in an effort to make our food accessible to as many people as possible. Rabbi Dolinger has been amazing to work with and we’re learning so much!

We killed the US supply of Kosher Romano

20 November, 2017: The other day Chris (our VP of Foods) asked me: are we going to keep selling this meatball? I said I didn’t know. He said, you have to decide, we killed the US supply of Romano, and if we want more they’re going to have to start making it for us. We are selling lotsa meatballs… We… Read More

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Rabbi Dolinger milked cows and hauled cheese blocks at Grafton

6 May, 2016: This is Rabbi Barry Dolinger, who kashered all of Clover. Barry is somewhat of a trailblazer in the Jewish community. Google him if you’re interested. He leads a congregation in Rhode Island and one of his missions is to get better food for the Kosher community in the Northeast. By better he really means better. He won’t certify a restaurant whose labor practices… Read More

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Clover Kosher Update

22 July, 2015: We’ve done few things in Clover’s history that have generated as much excitement as our recent move to Kosher certification. Last week we invited you to see BLV, HSQ, and KND get Kashered. Soon we’ll have open Kashering of HFI and BUR. And then we’ll be 100% Kosher. It’s really exciting for us. Let’s call this post… Read More

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Clover + Kosher update

28 June, 2015: Wow, thanks all for the outpouring of support. I think Ayr’s post was the most-commented-on of any post so far! I wanted to answer some of the most common questions. 1. The HUB and the trucks are now Kosher. The products we’re going to be selling in Whole Foods later this year will be Kosher. 2. All large catering… Read More

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This is what Kashering looks like

23 June, 2015: I’m not Jewish. I was raised going to a small New England brick congregationalist church a couple of towns over from where I grew up. But I’ve wanted Clover to be Kosher for a long time. I had a colleague at McKinsey who kept fairly strict Kosher, and I was shocked what a nightmare it was for her to… Read More

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Kosher

9 November, 2011: Welcome all! Clover is certified Kosher according to Jewish law. Clover food products are under the strict Orthodox rabbinic supervision of Rabbi Barry Dolinger of Congregation Beth Sholom in Providence, Rhode Island. All food products are to be considered dairy according to Jewish Law. Please follow the links below for our Clover Kosher Certification Letters. Certification Letter… Read More

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