Pesach 5783/2023 Updates

  1. Scroll K will provide complimentary Pre-Pesach Kashering in the following 3 locations: 1. Aurora on Wednesday, March 29th, from 6:00 to 7:00 PM at 11100 E. Mississippi Ave, Aurora. 2. East Denver on Sunday, April 2nd, at BMH-BJ, 560 S. Monaco Pkwy, Denver. Kashering will take place in the meat kitchen; please enter through the Center Street kitchen entrance. 3. West Denver on Monday, April 3rd, from 6:00 to 7:00 PM at Zera Abraham, 1560 Winona Court, Denver. (Kashering at Aish of the Rockies was this past Sunday.)
  2. The following additional products are approved for Pesach use:
    • Motrin, Children’s Liquid (All flavors) NOT Infant’s Liquid
    • Sudafed PE Children’s Cold + Cough and Children’s Nasal Decongestant Berry or Grape
    • Tylenol Children’s Cold + Cough + Runny Nose, Children’s Cold + Flu (All flavors), Children’s Suspension (All flavors), Children’s Cold + Flu Oral Suspension (All flavors), 8 Hour Arthritis Pain, Children’s Cold + Cough + Sore Throat, Children’s Dye Free Suspension, Family Suspension
  3. Latest time for Eating chometz on Erev Pesach in Denver is 10:54 AM;  Disposing of chometz at 11:59 AM. According to some opinions, the latest times are 10:30 AM and 11:47 AM, respectively.
  4. The following was released by Star-K regarding Ceres Juices: Please note that effective December 2022, STAR-K changed the status of the entire line of Ceres 100% Juice from “STAR-K Kosher for Passover” to STAR-K for year-round use only. This was due to a change in a processing aid used by the manufacturer that does not meet STAR-K’s standards for Pesach. Consumers who find containers of Ceres Juice on store shelves bearing a STAR-K P symbol should note that while these items are no longer certified Kosher for Passover according to STAR-K standards, they are halachically Kosher for Pesach. New productions of Ceres Juice will bear only a STAR-K symbol.