About Kosher Certification

  • It is NOT the Rabbi blessing the food, Health food, Organic or any other popular misconception!
  • It is interesting, that statistics show that the majority of kosher consumers are not Jewish! As a matter of fact not even any religious group at all! The majority of kosher consumers are regular, ordinary people that perceive kosher to be “cleaner”, “better” & “healthier”! Which certainly may be the case, but isn’t what kosher means!
  • When your product or establishment is certified kosher, shoppers know that you comply with a strict policy of kosher food laws, including cleanliness, purity and quality.
  • But kosher means more than responsible food preparation. Kosher refers to a set of intricate biblical laws that detail the types of food that a Jewish person may eat and the ways in which it may be prepared.
  • To be certified Kosher, all ingredients in every product—and the process of preparing the product—must be certified for kosher-compliance too.

Benefits of Obtaining Kosher Certification

  • The Kosher Organics symbol generates additional revenues by expanding the size of the market for your natural and organic products.
  • Going kosher is an investment your company makes in order to increase market reach and share.
  • Kosher certified foods and products are now in the nation's 30,000 supermarkets, including big national chains.
  • There is clear evidence that a kosher symbol boosts market share, that a kosher product can win more favourable shelf space, and that a kosher certified product positioned next to a competing non kosher product will do better
  • In order to meet this demand companies throughout the world are seeking kosher certification in order to expand their existing market.