The following information will enlighten you as to what the term, Pareve means. Pareve has Yiddish origins and translates loosely as not consisting of or prepared with any meat or dairy. This label appears often on various food labels. Dairy and meat are two of the three categories of kosher foods and Pareve is the third. A specific kosher rule dictates that meat and dairy may not be combined together. However, a pareve food allows the product to be used in combination with either a meat or a dairy product, but not both at one time.
With the exceptionally strict kosher laws, it can be complex trying to abide to a completely kosher regime. One such instance would be the item, soy sauce. This is a product that is derived from the plant, soy and could be mistakenly assumed it should automatically be considered pareve. However, this idea is problematic without the assurance of a pareve label marking the product because without the label, one could not know for certain if using this to season a kosher meal may in fact be disobeying the kosher laws. Due to this scenario, soy sauce necessitates the addition of enzymes for the fermentation process to be completed. One can now understand how this could potentially violate the law of God since animal sources, such as pig stomachs, can be from where the enzyme may be derived. This simple detail could change the entire contents of the bottle into a kosher meat product instead of a pareve product, unless the enzyme came from a plant source, such as papaya. If the source was papaya, it would then be classified as pareve.
To certify what ingredients were used in the preparation, cooking or packaging of a food and its origins can only be certified as kosher by a kosher rabbi, detective, food inspector or holy man.
These religious practices have been followed for hundreds of years by certification organizations to ensure that any assemblies of like-minded groups or individuals, such as kosher Jews and vegetarians who place an emphasis on clean, untainted ingredients are represented correctly when buying these food items and not mislabeled by food manufacturers or distributors.
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Pareve Parve Food Miami Beach Bal harbour Surfside Indian Creek Island
9467 HARDING AVE
SURFSIDE – FL 33154
Phone: 305 – 866 – 6993