June 26, 2017

CODES OF LIFE AND DEATH – CIRCLE U And TRIANGLE K::UPDATE::”Our Foods Are Already Labeled. You Just Need To Know The Codes!”

SPECIAL REPORT: Eat Safe Food Like The 1%

Good News And Bad News

Don’t worry just about GMO labeling on food. There are many other substances that are also just as bad or worse. But these Codes cover “All” harmful ingredients in food, known and unknown to us.

The Bad News: The Elites are poisoning the food supply of America. Nothing new.

The Good News: We have the Codes for the Safe food stuffs 🙂

CODES: CIRCLE U And TRIANGLE K

Whenever you see a Capital U with a circle around it, or a Capital K with a Triangle around it, the food is safe 🙂

We were first Alerted to this by a Jim Stone Freelance Journalist Post, and have since checked it out.

100% Correct and Real. These are literally “CODES OF LIFE AND DEATH” On Our Food Labels!

Note: When you understand the Codes, you will know who the Elites are.

Eat Well, Eat Safe 🙂

“A Healthy and Informed Citizen, Is The Best Citizen”

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AVOID:

NEVER eat artificial sweeteners, gum, Cambpells soup, Lean Cuisine or any other crap. The elite have intentionally sabotaged our foods and the best way to know if something is safe is to look for a circled U on the package. This is their most common symbol for safe food, food that has not been poisoned. This is not a joke. Always look for the circled U and if it is not there, DO NOT EAT IT. SO, this knocks out –

All Campbells soups, and most other canned soup. It knocks out Ramen noodles, Michelenas, and Chef Boyardee. Forget about McDonalds, Wendy’s and Jack in the box. This is not a complete list – I can’t name all the intentionally poisoned foods, just look for the circled U. Also a triangle around a K, but in America the circled U is most common. You can take two products, one with the circled U, and one without it, and even though the ingredients listed are exactly the same, the one without the U will send you into a fog. It’s not a joke.

Burger King, Del Taco, and Carl’s Junior tend to be safe. I am not just an idiot spewing, this really is fact. I get banned anywhere I post the info about the circled U, it’s a really sensitive topic for the “elite”.

Avoid all Fluoride, go to Wal Mart and get Tom’s toothpaste with no fluoride. You will see the circled U on that toothpaste, but you won’t see it on Crest. Fluoride is a mind control drug that does nothing for your teeth. Forget about what the dentist says, he is as brainwashed as the doctor who wrote a prescription that wrecked you. Drink pure water, I recommend Crystal Geyser because it always has the U and it is cheap. You won’t believe how much just cutting out the fluoride will help. Most city water is fluoridated. – Jim Stone

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Why are kosher symbols important?

In today’s world of prepared foods, ingredients and processing methods are often unclear. For those interested in buying kosher products, it is helpful to have a rabbi who is knowledgeable about Jewish Dietary Laws examine the food to make sure it is kosher. The process of kosher certification assists kosher consumers by differentiating between kosher and non-kosher items.

Kosher certification agencies examine the ingredients used to make the food, supervise the process by which the food is prepared, and periodically inspect the processing facilities to make sure that kosher standards are maintained. Different kosher certifying agencies tend to follow different kosher certification standards, some more strict and others more lenient.

Products that have been certified as kosher are labeled with kosher symbols. The symbols are printed on the food’s package. Kosher symbols are registered trademarks of kosher certification organizations, and cannot be placed on a food label without the organization’s permission.

Kosher symbols not only ensure that the food is kosher, they also identify the kosher certifying organization that issued the certification. This guide identifies the kosher certifying agencies behind the most commonly used kosher symbols in the United States. More information about each agency, and the kosher standards it maintains, can be found on the agency’s site.

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The OK Kosher Certification (the OK), which was founded in 1935 under the leadership of kosher food pioneer Rabbi Berel Levy, has become one of the world’s most respected symbols of kosher approval.

Today Rabbi Don Yoel Levy successfully guides the OK’s development in an era of technological advances and soaring demand for kosher food worldwide. The OK has become a leader in cutting edge kosher technology, and it has expanded its operations to six continents.

The OK provides certification for food giants and products such as IFF, Kraft, ConAgra and Tropicana. Supported by more than 350 kosher experts, the OK certifies more than 300,000 products, produced by over 1,500 companies.

NY Headquarters
391 Troy Avenue – Brooklyn, New York 11213
Phone: (718) 756-7500 Fax. (718) 756-7503
Site: www.ok.org

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In interpreting ancient dietary laws and adapting them to modern technology, different rabbis have different views about what exactly passes as kosher. The OU symbol, belonging to the Orthodox Union, is one of the strictest kosher standards on the market today.

The OU has been certifying kosher products for over 80 years. Their first kosher certification went to Heinz. In 1923 Heinz Vegetarian Beans became the first American product to display the OU kosher symbol.

In addition, the OU is the world’s largest kosher certifying agency. Some of the famous companies that carry the OU symbol include Coca-Cola, General Mills, Heinz, Kraft Foods, Nabisco Biscuit Co., Pillsbury, Procter & Gamble, and Veryfine Products. The OU certifies over 2300 companies with 4500 plants in 70 countries with a total of over 300,000 labels.

The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations (OU)
11 Broadway, New York, NY 10004
Phone; (212) 613-8241; Fax: (212) 564-9058
Site: www.oukosher.org

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cRc stands for Chicago Rabbinical Council, the largest regional, not-for-profit, Orthodox organization in North America. Since its humble beginnings in the 1930’s, the cRc has developed into a universally accepted agency with a respected kosher certification symbol.

The cRc’s Kosher Division works with close to 800 food companies, producing tens of thousands of products across North and South America, Europe and Asia. cRc has gained a reputation for exacting standards, professionalism, personal attention, reasonable pricing and rapid response time.

Over 50 years ago, Jays Potato Chips was one of the first companies certified kosher by the cRc.

Chicago Rabbinical Council (cRc)
2701 W. Howard, Chicago, IL. 60645
Phone: (773) 465-3900; Fax: (773) 465-6929
Site: www.crcweb.org

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The KOF-K symbol is the internationally recognized trademark of KOF-K Kosher Supervision, one of the foremost kosher certification agencies in the United States.

Serving the kosher consumer for almost 40 years, KOF-K was the first agency to introduce computer technology to the complexities of kosher supervision. Computer technology has placed the KOF-K at the cutting edge of kosher supervision today.

Kof-K has earned a reputation for being efficiently organized, professionally staffed and technologically advanced.

Kof-K Kosher Supervision
201 The Plaza, Teaneck, NJ 07666
Phone: (201) 837-0500; Fax: (201) 837-0126
Site: www.kof-k.org

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Triangle-K certification is awarded by a consortium of Orthodox Jewish rabbis who desire to see as wide a range of food products as possible made available to kosher consumers worldwide.

To this end, Triangle-K and Associates works side by side on an individual basis with each of their clients to create reasonable and cost effective certification and supervision programs.

Examples of Triangle-K certified products are Hebrew National, Valley Fig, Sunmaid, Sunsweet, Diamond Walnut, Hazelnut Growers, Minute Maid Juices, Yoo-Hoo, Sunny Delight, Wonder Bread, Del Monte Fruits and Vegetables, Frito-Lay Corn Chips and Potato Chips, Mogen-David Wine, Bird’s Eye Vegetables and Fruits, Ocean Spray Cranberry Drinks, Jellies and Sauces, Hawaiian Punch, Mott’s, and Kraft Puddings.

Triangle-K and Associates, Inc.
225 West 86th Street
New York, New York 10024 USA
Phone: (212) 877-1823; Fax: (212) 595-7966
Site: http://www.trianglek.org/

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Star-K, the symbol of the Baltimore-based Star-K Kosher Certification Agency, provides kosher supervision globally. The newest Star-K office opened in Mumbai, India. Star-K’s Web site offers helpful information to kosher consumers worldwide.

Of the several hundred kosher agencies in the world, Star-K is the only one that certifies technology. For example, it was Star-K that certified the new kosher consumer-friendly Connect Io™ Refrigerated, Internet-Controlled Electric Double Wall Oven, which includes separate Sabbath and Holiday programmable modes. STAR-K is known as a leader in integrating complex food technology with kosher laws.

The Star-K kosher symbol is regarded as being in the top tier of strictness and quality.

Star-K Kosher Certification
122 Slade Ave. #300, Baltimore, MD 21208
Phone: (410) 484-4110; Fax: (410) 653-9294
Site: www.star-k.org

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Additional Information:

Is it meat, dairy or pareve?

Often there are letters or words printed next to the kosher certification symbol on food packages. These are added to inform the consumer of the product’s kosher category.

Kosher categories are Meat (Fleishig in Yiddish, Basari in Hebrew), Dairy (Milchig in Yiddish, Chalavi in Hebrew) or neither meat or dairy (Pareve in Yiddish, Parve in Hebrew). According to Jewish Dietary Laws, meat and dairy food must be prepared and consumed separately, and pareve food can be eaten with either meat or dairy dishes.

Meat:

“Meat”, “M” or “Glatt” printed near the kosher symbol on the food package indicates the product is kosher and contains some meat or meat derivative.

Dairy:

“Dairy” or “D” printed near the kosher symbol on the food package indicates the product is kosher and contains some milk or milk derivative.

Fish:

“F” printed near the kosher symbol on the food package indicates the product is kosher and contains fish ingredients.

Pareve:

“Pareve”, “Parev”, or “Parve” printed near the kosher symbol on the food package indicates the item is neither meat or dairy.

Passover:

“P” printed near the kosher symbol on the food package does not stand for pareve, but instead it means the product is kosher for Passover and all year round.

Furthermore, D-P means dairy and kosher for Passover and all year round. M-P or Glatt-P means meat and kosher for Passover and all year round. F-P means fish and kosher for Passover and all year round.

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What’s Behind The Kosher Scam?

Here’s another take on the whole Kosher Symbol issue by Brother Nathanael.

It is an opposing view that must be considered.

It’s all a Big Scam.

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But in our very small study of Food Products with and without the Symbols, the quality of food was very easy to spot.
But we would not say, Universal.

Still, our trust of the Elite’s, knowing that they are poisoning some of the Food Supply, tends to make us give this serious consideration.

And until we find the Symbols on foods, we know for a fact carry known harmful substances, which we haven’t yet, we will consider both sides of this issue.

But when it comes to 100% real or organic foods, like “right off the Farm”, we don’t worry about symbols.

Also, Brother Nathanael mentioned that only about 1.5% of the World’s population really cares about these types of Labels.

Get it? 1.5%. The top 1% of the World.

Now you too, can eat (safe food) like the 1%, get it now? 🙂

ADMIN NOTE:

There is a small amount of Censorship with this subject.

Several Web Pages and Articles on this subject have been removed from the “WEB”. “Page Not Found”.

This always gets us to thinking, “if there is nothing to hide, why remove material related to it?”

FYI

“It makes sense that the Elite’s would have a Code to quickly allow them to decide what was safe to eat and drink for them and their families.”

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********UPDATE: 6/14/2012********

We found a Circle U product with Partially Hydrogenated Oils in it.

Betty Crocker natural brownie mix.

We do not believe this System to be Full Proof, but a good guide only.

Use it, but still use common sense.

We were very disappointed to find Partially Hydrogenated Oils inside a Circle U product, considering that the Circle U is among the top two strictest of the Codes.