UPDATE: QuickChek Lakewood updates their Kashrus papers

Approximately two weeks ago TLS reported that QuickChek’s Hashgacha papers were outdated.

Today, new papers are hanging in the store.

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  1. Since when do we live in Houston?
    And also forged papers are very easy to make … why can’t there be kcl? Can someone please look into it?

  2. You say the their kashrus papers were outdated, and now the papers are updated, but did they remember to update the papers with the new Daylight savings time?

  3. The premise of either of these is ridiculous. There is no hechsher on Quickchek and the date on the letters hanging has no relevance at all. They are for a product that Quickchek may or may not be selling at the point of manufacture.. Either the manufacturer has a hechsher when the product was made or they didn’t. The letter is pointless and against the policy of most hechsherim for it to be displayed.

  4. Now who is to confirm that A. the product in the back of the store actually is this product and bears the kosher symbol as required by the kosher letter of certification and B. Who is going to confirm that this store only uses that product and nothing else.
    Bottom line this store is not certified kosher.

  5. To the editor,
    Please remove the headline as people will buy there thinking that this location actually has a hashgacha, and the owner of this website will be held accountable for this michshol.
    Not everyone has the patience to read the comments and will just see the headlines and buy.

  6. I would like to know why this issue is only pertaining to quick check stores and not to all the Wawa stores that I see people buying slurpies there as well?

  7. i’ve been told that it is ok to buy brand name slurpees in any store because if it would be discovered that the store is selling an off brand under the brand label they could expect a serious lawsuit.
    in other words – Coca Cola could sue quikcheck if quikcheck sells off brand cola under the Coke label.
    BUT – I am not a rabbi so consult you LOR

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