Ritz Crackers - Dairy or Pareve? OU-D but no milk in ingredients



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One degree brown rice crisps are also OU-D with the following ingredients: organic sprouted whole grain brown rice, organic coconut sugar, unrefined salt, tocopherols (vitamin E). Produced in a facility that uses soy, tree nuts and dairy. Is this dairy because of dairy equipment or can it be treated as pareve?

Dairy equipment is never a problem with manufactured packaged products. It’s pareve.

With a hechsher such as OU-D or OK-D, if the allergen warning makes no mention of milk/dairy, is it really parve?

Sometimes an allergen warning will say not “contains milk” but “may contain milk.” Is such a product “dairy equipment”?

Parve unless there is a dairy product in the ingredients list.

Allergen warnings don’t make a product dairy.