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June 06, 2007

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SG

No kosher certification on Stadium Mustard.

mizerock

Is Stadium Mustard kosher as well?

Randall Levin

Bertman's Ballpark Mustard is the original recipe once sold at League Park and Municpal Stadium under the name Bertman's Stadium Mustard. There was a rift amongst the ownership and eventually Joe Bertman's daughter got the rights to the original recipe which is sold under the Bertman's Original Ballpark Mustard label in stores and at Jacobs Field. The other group kept the name Stadium Mustard and also sells their product in stores as well as at Cleveland Browns Stadium. I have tasted both next to each other many times and there is no comparison: Bertman's is the better. Stadium Mustard is good too, but not special. It tastes more like a regular brown mustard. But don't take my word for it -- buy a bottle of both and see for yourself.

Sara

my family (siblings and parents) are split down the middle after a two finger tasting. I, however, am partial to ballpark.

David

Stadium for sure...

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