Kosher Certification in Kanpur
Kosher Certification in kanpur ensures the safety of the food with respect to Jewish laws. The term “Kosher” refers to the safe and healthy food, which can be consumed. There are 3 basic categories in which Kosher has been differentiated into, the three of them are meat, dairy and pareve. Key points to be remember are as
⦁ Meat and dairy products should not be taken together
⦁ Pareve refers to “neutral foods” which can be consumed either by the dairy products or meat
Pareve is the term defined for the food which does not contain any meat and dairy products. Foods which are eligible to get Pareve label are fruits, eggs, vegetables, grains and fish. With respect to the holy Bible, some specific birds and animals are considered as kosher. Jewish laws must be followed by the slaughter of birds and animals, animals which are considered as kosher are buffalo, sheep and goats whereas the birds like duck, turkey, goose and chicken are considered as kosher. Kosher label is applicable only to those dairy products which are made up from the milk of the kosher animals only.