Kosher Certification Guidelines
Kosher certification is treated as one of the most important steps to be taken for growing food business. It shows your ability to the market about your products and enables you to use our logo to identify the product as kosher. It is the highest kosher standards and is accepted by all sectors of the domestic market.
According to the Jewish dietary laws there are three groups of restricted items such as Animal products and their derivatives, Wine products, Milk and their derivatives. Eggs are not restricted item, although the milk and milk products are to some extent. Additional special points to be taken care of vegetable oils and shortenings, shared machinery and production lines.
The process of kosher certification has been radically affected by deep changes in the food industry and by the fact that more than 80% of the products offered by the industry contain pre-processed ingredients. Kosher means confidence in the food you eat and in the people who certify it. At kosher, confidence and trust are at the core of everything we do. We work with thousands of different companies in the food industry, each with a unique set of needs and privacy concerns. Confidentiality is ensured by a regulated flow of information among supervisors and coordinators assigned to each particular facility.