Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Alert: Unger pearled Barley "infested" even when on sale

All Barley must be checked by soaking them for 3-4 minutes in hot sink tap water.
watch them float up

Can't be checked in cold water or visual inspection

7 comments:

Hungrik said...

http://www.freskofresh.com/downloads/CERTS.PDF

Kosher prepared food finally gets into the NYC area airports yet it's gore shvache kashrus you can't eat from Star K.

This is really a chutzpah because 30 years ago Star K sabotaged the OV kashrus from getting an airline contract, bashmutzing them as not kosher enough.

Anonymous said...

ALL MAJOR ORGANIZED HASHGOCHAS NEED TO BE ELIMINATED.!!
ITS YUDEL OR NOTHING !!!!!!!!!!!
NO ONE ELSE IS REKLIABLE !!!
PLEASE MAKE YOUR CHECKS PAYABLE TO " R' YUDEL SHANE"

Anonymous said...

That picture with the bugs isn't of Unger barley. Is this a bait and switch?

emes said...

You really have to stop with your lying already. Quit making up stuff so that you could get ahead. What brand of barley do you certify? Why is it that the only companies you go after are the ones that you gain from it?

Shpitz Paranoia said...

Wow, these Yudel critics are really getting desperate if they are even conjuring up conspiracies about Yudel running a barley cartel!

LOL!

Maybe you paranoid guys can be the ones to cash in. There is a famous fiction writer named Carter who invented a paranoid character called Fox Mulder who is afraid of aliens. A few episodes even had heimishe themes like a goylem living in the attic of a shul. They really did their homework with raid from Sefer Yetzira and everything.

Contact Carter with your script of Yudel running a barley cartel & riding shotgun over the heimishe supermarkets.

Anonymous said...

Take a chill! Many Kashrus Organizations put out an "Ungers Barley infestation alert"

http://www.kashrut.com/Alerts/?alert=A5140

http://baltimorejewishlife.com/news/news-detail.php?SECTION_ID=1&ARTICLE_ID=64896

Anonymous said...

I opened up 10 bags and inspected them. Not one sign of bugs.

Are you sure you know how to check for bugs? That the bugs were not in the dish you poured them into? What method did you use? Can you post the lab report? Were they whole or fragments? Alive or dead? Visible to the eye or you needed a microscope to see them? What about the bacteria that you can see with an electron microscope? What was the plate count?