I called the company to find out if this release is true and, if so, who the kosher supervision agency is.
The person who answered the phone could not answer either question and referred me to the only person in the company who could, but that person is out of the office until tomorrow.
Not that, according to the press release, just like personal lubes and sex toys used to come in an unlabeled, plain brown paper wrapper to hide what they are, this kosher supervision company appears to be represented by a "K" – which is not a trademarked symbol and is not tracable to one rabbi or agency. In other words, the hechsher (kosher supervision) is itself "wrapped" in plain brown paper.
From a press release posted on the LA Herald's website:
95% of all Wet formulas meet top rabbinical standards of purity
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!
Following a stringent 2-year process of rabbinic certification, 95% of all Wet® products manufactured by Trigg Labs now qualify as “Kosher,” as defined by the Rabbinical Council of California (RCC). Wet® is the only Kosher certified lubricant in the U.S. or Canada.
To meet Kosher standards, all ingredients and equipment at Trigg Labs’ 52,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility in Valencia, California, underwent strict “Kosherization” procedures and reviews. Wet® certified Kosher products now carry the “K” symbol on the back of packaging.
According to Wet® founder Michael Trigg, Kosher certification is another milestone in the company’s commitment to growth and innovation. “We’ve always maintained the highest standards of production and quality control for our entire line of premium products,” said Trigg. “With Kosher certification, in the coming months, we plan to introduce Wet® in Israel. The ‘K’ imprint on our packages says that we maintain the highest standards of purity and answer to a higher authority.”