Cofix Coffee Chain in Israel Increasing Kashrut Level for Charedi Areas


Last updated: September 26, 2016

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coffix-kosherIsrael’s Cofix Coffee chain, known for its inexpensive cups of coffee & pastry items (just 5 shekel per item!), has already upgraded nine of its location within Israel to mehadrin-level Badatz kosher certification. This new switch should draw in haredi customers.

Customers in the Bnei Brak and Jerusalem areas can visit the “Cofix Be’Ir”  (“Cofix in the City”) locations for their strictly kosher coffee.

8 existing Cofix branches in Bnei Brak will be cofix-5-shekel-coffee-israel-kosherconverted into Cofix Be’Ir shops. The chain plans on converting another 20 cafes in Jerusalem and other cities, plus new branches in other chareidi markets.

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While all Cofix locations are under kosher supervision, here are the locations under Badatz hashgacha so far:

BNEI BRAK

  1. 12 Jabotinsky St
  2. 34 Rabbi Akiva St
  3. 65 Rabbi Akiva St
  4. 89 Rabbi Akiva St
  5. 118 Jabotinsky St
  6. 149 Rabbi Akiva St
  7. 19 Aaronovitch St
  8. 104 Cohanman St

ASHDOD

  1. 29 Dov Gur St

BET SHEMESH

  1. 2 Derech Yitzchak Rabin St

RAMAT BET SHEMESH

  1. 12 Nahal Nitsanim St

 

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  • Alan Ira Silver

    In all Cofix Coffee shops only ‘Chalav Yisrael’ is already utilized. All baked goods are ‘Pat Yisrael.’ All beverages in cans have their individual kashrut hechshers. Sandwiches all utilize Mehadrin standards. There shouldn’t be any fee added to this already reliably kosher establishment.