So what hechsherim are Tnuva products under?
You can differentiate between the products based on their symbols printed on the packaging.
All Tnuva products are “Cholov Yisroel.”
All dairy products are certified by the Orthodox Union as dairy “Cholov Yisroel.”
Several product lines are certified by the united Mehadrin hechsherim under the Va’ad Mehadrin Council.
Some products are certified by the New Square Rabbinical Kashrus Council.
Some products are certified by the Badatz Eida Chareidis Yerushalayim
A few Tnuva product lines are marked Parve and bear certification from the Orthodox Union and the Badatz Eida Charedis Yerushalayim.
The Mom’s Chicken brand is certified Glatt Kosher by the Orthodox Union.
In the months leading up to the Passover production season, Rav Weitman and the “Vaad Mehadrin” review the kashering necessary for Passover production and analyze newly available ingredients. Innovative food processes have actually spurred the 'Vaad Mehadrin’ to increase the number of "Kosher for Passover" products that are available to consumers. An extensive amount of time, research and efforts are invested in ensuring that Tnuva products comply with the strict rules for Passover.
Individual products will be marked accordingly in the weeks prior to Passover. All products marked “For for Passover” do not contain Kitniyot.
You are invited to contact Rav Weitman and Tnuva’s rabbinical team by emailing: email@example.com