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    Holala
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    What do u think about the new grape juice called welch’s grape juice? Do I think it will last will u buy it?

    #1144803

    👑RebYidd23
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    Founded in 1869

    #1144804

    Holala
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    They r starting to sell together with another huge company (which I forgot the name) it’s kosher u can now buy in boro park at breadberry. The plan is to bring down the crazy price of grape juice, and of course sell big

    #1144805

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Good news for everybody in the cr

    At one time, Welch’s made a kosher run.

    Manischewitz also at one time sold grape juice.

    I doubt it will be significantly cheaper than Kedem. I have often seen non Jews buying Kedem grape juice. They make an excellent grape juice and you can get it on sale for $3 for a 64oz. bottle.

    #1144807

    Holala
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    @daasyochid. U r right I don’t know why I didnt see that before

    #1144808

    popa_bar_abba
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    The plan is to bring down the crazy price of grape juice, and of course sell big

    Grape juice is expensive? It’s cheaper than orange juice, and just about any other fruit juice.

    #1144809

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I don’t think it’s typically cheaper than OJ, certainly not than apple juice. It’s certainly possible to get it at a similar price to OJ, though.

    #1144810

    Joseph
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    Grape juice is a shelf item, which should costs less, while orange juice is a refrigerated item.

    #1144811

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Kosher grape juice requires hashgacha temidis; orange juice does not.

    Also, a high percentage of the volume of orange juice is bugs, so it should be cheaper.

    #1144812

    apushatayid
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    Dont forget Natures Own.

    #1144813

    Joseph
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    What is your favorite tasting grape juice brand?

    I’m so used to Kedem that anything else tastes unusual.

    #1144814

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    How many brands of kosher grape juice are there?

    Off the top of my head, I can think of Kedem, Rashi (do they still make that?) Nature’s Own, Manischewitz/Welch’s, Hadar, and Tam Pri “grape juice beverage”.

    #1144815

    147
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    I know nothing about grape juice, quite simply, because I cannot medically drink grape juice. I can only drink wine, which works fine for me.

    #1144816

    The Queen
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    The only grape juice we buy is Kedem. The first time I drank a different brand was on a trip to Israel, and the taste was awful. (except that an Israeli guest we hosted recently, thinks our Kedem is awful tasting and his Israeli brand is delish.)

    #1144817

    yaakov doe
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    I doubt that Welch will sell for less than $3 for 64oz which has been the price at Stop & Shop since Chanukah. Of course you can pay more elsewhere.

    #1144818

    popa_bar_abba
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    The only grape juice we buy is Kedem. The first time I drank a different brand was on a trip to Israel, and the taste was awful. (except that an Israeli guest we hosted recently, thinks our Kedem is awful tasting and his Israeli brand is delish.)

    Meraglim

    #1144819

    2scents
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    147, Curious is it because of the sugar content of grape juice or something else.

    Please dont respond if you dont want to..

    #1144820

    147
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    2scents:- Nothing whatsoever to do with sugar. I drink plenty sweet wine. It is solely to do with acid content, and for same reason hence that I don’t drink orange juice.

    Grape Juice is nothing short of a fruit juice full of acid, but alcohol in wine kills the acid.

    #1144821

    popa_bar_abba
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    alcohol kills acid?

    #1144822

    Meno
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    Is acid even alive?

    #1144823

    Avram in MD
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    147,

    Grape Juice is nothing short of a fruit juice full of acid, but alcohol in wine kills the acid.

    Huh? The pH of wine is not much different from grape juice; both are acidic.

    #1144824

    mik5
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    Got 2 big bottles of the Welch’s grape juice. Will be trying it out for the arba kosos on Pesach, be’ezras Hashem.

    #1144825

    popa_bar_abba
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    Got 2 big bottles of the Welch’s grape juice. Will be trying it out for the arba kosos on Pesach, be’ezras Hashem.

    You have to use wine.

    #1144826

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Popa, I hope mik5 doesn’t go OTD from that tochachah.

    #1144827

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    And I hope you don’t go OTD from mine.

    #1144828

    yehudayona
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    When Welch’s came out with kosher grape juice years ago, there was quite a fuss because it was a non-Jewish firm taking away business from a Jewish firm. Manischewitz had a from-concentrate grape juice a while ago that I thought tasted pretty bad. Apparently it was a failure, because it was closed out at a low price. This new Manischewitz-Welch’s mixed marriage will probably taste pretty good since Welch’s has been making grape juice for a long long time.

    #1144829

    takahmamash
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    We got used to the Israeli grape juice, but Chetzi Chinam actually sells the big bottles of Kedem cheaper than the Israeli grape juice – so we switched back to Kedem.

    #1144830

    YesOrNo
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    Anybody ever taste Soloveitchik Grape Juice?

    It is sold in Israel Non-Mevushal in glass bottles.

    Tastes sweet, fresher and lighter than Kedem

    #1144831

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Soloveitchik Grape Juice

    Made by Lipton?

    #1144832

    mik5
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    Grape juice may be used, if necessary. The Brisker Rav used grape juice. So did the Chazon Ish.

    #1144833

    apushatayid
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    “Will be trying it out for the arba kosos on Pesach, be’ezras Hashem.”

    I would try it out beforehand, just in case.

    #1144834

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    I can’t imagine it would be so awful that he couldn’t drink four cups of it.

    #1144835

    charliehall
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    “You have to use wine. “

    I exclusively use the watered down Kedem “light” grape juice. The label specifically says kosher for arba kosot.

    #1144836

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Do you ask grape juice bottle labels all of your shailas?

    I mean, they’re saying it’s considered grape juice and according to some opinions etc., but it should be a posek who determines whether you should use wine (as many poskim, including R’ Moshe, hold) or don’t need to, not the Kedem company.

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