What is Kosher Certification?

For a product to be kosher certified, and to qualify for a kosher certificate, each ingredient, food additive and processing aid used in its production must also be kosher. Additionally, to be kosher certified, the production process must be suitable for kosher requirements and therefore it must be approved by a kosher auditor. Products may be rendered non-kosher if their production lines and equipment are also used to manufacture non-kosher products.

Why is Kosher Certification important for you?

If you observe kosher dietary law closely, you will find that Kosher laws are very much scientific, for example: animals without having divided hooves should not be eaten. Scientifically also such animals are carnivorous which is nit safe for eating. Due to it’s scientific importance people from other religion also prefer kosher food.



Benefits of Kosher Certification

Kosher Certification brings many benefits, such as:

A lot of people are familiar with the term ‘kosher’. It refers to the way food is prepared according to Jewish law, and it’s becoming increasingly popular. While a lot of people who prefer kosher products are Jewish, there’s a larger and expanding kosher consumer market for non-Jewish people. This is due to the fact that many people see kosher as a quality symbol. Furthermore there are those with special dietary needs, such as vegetarian or lactose intolerant, and who want to take advantage of kosher products which fulfil those needs. By taking the decision to produce kosher certified products in your business, you’ll open up a world of opportunities.

Market Expansion

With kosher accreditation you’ll be able to market your products to both kosher and mainstream markets. For example, vegans and vegetarians may want to purchase goods that have not had any animal products in any part of its preparation, as anything kosher that contains meat, or has been made by equipment used to prepare meat, is labelled accordingly. This makes kosher products appealing to a wider audience and, because the demand for these products has risen in the last few years, it can help you expand your business.

Meet Demand

According to a Quartz article in 2015, although only 2% of the population of the US identify as Jewish, over 40% of food and drinks packages were labelled as kosher in 2014. It’s clear from figures such as these that there is a growing demand for kosher labelling, so there is an excellent opportunity for businesses to join a growing trend and help to meet that demand.


Claiming that your products are kosher is different to actually having a certified label your customers can trust. For this reason, many businesses are opting to become certified. The market is there, but to be able to reach it it’s vital that you ensure the transparency of the processes, including how the food is manufactured – this shows that you’re aware of your customers’ needs and want to comply with them.