Kof-K Allegedly Sued Jet Blue for Unlawfully Using Trademark Logo


Kof-K Kosher has sued JetBlue for unlawfully using its logo to advertise food as kosher despite Kof-K not certifying the product.

According to the lawsuit, Reuters reports, JetBlue sells an artichoke snack that it says is certified by Kof-K Kosher Supervision without the group’s consent. Kof-K has never certified any of JetBlue’s products as kosher or given the airline permission to use its trademarks, according to the lawsuit.

The lawsuit was filed in a New Jersey federal court.

The JetBlue menu lists an artichoke snack (“Mediterranean-inspired snack box”) as Kosher certified by the “Kof-k”.

According to Reuters, Kof-K is requesting an unspecified amount of money in damages, and has asked JetBlue to remove their trademark from the products immediately.

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