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ImageKosher is a word deriving from the Hebrew root “Kashrus” which means suitable and pure, and is in accordance with the Jewish law stating certain regulations on food.  Some foods aren’t considered “Kosher” because according to the law, some ingredients are derived from non-kosher animals or the animals weren’t slaughtered in a proper ritual manner. The production of such foods like meat, milk, eggs, and juice without supervision and without correct cooking utensils is prohibited. Kosher foods can be rare, or difficult to find, but Maui Wowi Hawaiian’s coffees and smoothies are all kosher, all the time. We want everybody to be able to consume our coffees and smoothies and enjoy the Hawaiian taste of Maui Wowi, and because they are all-natural, gluten free, and kosher, everyone can!

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