Trigg laboratories, the Valencia, California factory that produces Wet lube, underwent a two-year assessment by the Rabbinical Council of California to determine whether the lubricant met the standards of Jewish dietary law, also known as kashrut.
The council certified 95per cent of Wet products as kosher, meaning that they do not contain ingredients derived from pigs or shellfish, and that any animals used in production are treated humanely.
Rejoice: Wet lube, manufactured by Trigg Laboratories in Valencia, California, has officially been certified as kosher by the Rabbinical Council of California
Now that Wet lubes have been certified, the brand has been allowed to label its packages with a K to show that they are safe for use among religious Jews.
Michael Trigg, founder of the lubricant company, said in a release: 'The K imprint on our packages says that we maintain the highest standards of purity and answer to a higher authority.'
The company's statement reads: 'Moses gave us The Ten Commandments and the Kosher laws. Since then, we’ve had Kosher hot dogs, Kosher wine and Kosher matzoh. But now, thanks to Trigg Labs, Wet personal lubricants and intimacy products are also Kosher!'