Yes, most K-Cup® pods are Kosher Certified Pareve. However, the only exception applies to hot cocoa K-Cup® pods, which are certified Kosher-Dairy.
When hot cocoa is brewed in a Keurig® coffee machine, the appliance converts from Kosher Pareve to Kosher-Dairy. Any subsequent K-Cup® pod brewed in this machine would be classified as Kosher-Dairy.
If you’d like your coffee machine to remain Kosher Pareve, you will need to purchase a second appliance to specifically brew hot cocoa K-Cup® pods.
Below are the specific organizations pertaining to our K-Cup® brands. The abbreviations below found in "quotations" are the symbols we use to represent a Kosher product. These symbols can be found on the packaging of the box.
"U" Orthodox Union pertains to: Donut House Collection K-Cup® pods, Green Mountain Coffee® K-Cup® pods, Newman's Own® Organics K-Cup® pods, select Tully’s® K-Cup® pods, and Twinings® of London K-Cup® pods.
"KSA" Kosher Supervision of America pertains to: Emeril’s® K-Cup® pods and Timothy’s® K-Cup® pods.
"MK" Jewish Community Council of Montreal pertains to: Bigelow K-Cup® pods and Van Houtte® K-Cup® pods.
"K" Va'ad HaRabanim pertains to: Tully's® K-Cup® pods.