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How It Started

Kosher Starbucks was founded in November 2007, when two Starbucks addicts decided to figure out how many different beverages were really kosher at Starbucks.

After researching the ingredients and procedures used for making each beverage, We quickly realized that there really are many options available to the kosher consumer at Starbucks. Although at first this was a personal endeavour and we kept the information to ourselves, with time we realized that many people could benefit from our research, and so we launched kosherstarbucks.com

Since our initial launch in 2007 we have received a very positive response from jewish commnunities nationwide. Our visitors number in the hundreds of thousands, and we field many questions each day.

We approach this responsibility with respect to the seriousness of its nature. We are extremely careful and pay much attention to detail as we gather the facts from baristas, former baristas and managers of the Starbucks company regarding, ingredients and procedures. We then present any questions to prominent halachik authorities and only then can a product join the ranks as “recommended”.

Our Mission

At Kosher Starbucks, we are dedicated to provding comprehensive, reliable, and honest kosher information about all products sold in Starbucks stores across the United States. It is our goal to make the Starbucks experience available to the millions of kosher consumers nationwide.

Website Relaunch, June 2011

In June 2011 Kosher Starbucks underwent a full site makeover due to our increased popularity and the high traffic demands on our server. The new website has many new features, including a brand new layout, customizable kashrus lists, automatic alerts, and a disscusion board. We hope the new site will help us better fulfill our mission of making the Starbucks experience available to the kosher consumer.

We welcome you to browse our site and should you have any questions, comments or suggestions, we would be happy to hear from you.

Sincerely,
Uri Ort
Moshe Ort