What is Kosher
The meaning of Kosher is correct or acceptable, and with that meaning informally entered the English language.
But the origin of Kosher laws is in the Bible, and in Talmud and other codes of Jewish traditions are elaborate. They have been applied for varying conditions for centuries, and these rules, both ancient and modern, govern the OKS Kosher certification.
The Bible lists the basic categories of foods that are not kosher. These include some animals, birds and fish (such as pig and rabbit, eagle and owl, catfish and sturgeon), most insects and any conch or reptiles.
Why go for Kosher
The Jewish population is growing all over the world and the demand for Kosher certified products is increasing fast The Kosher market has been growing at an annual rate of 15% for the past several years and Kosher-certified products continue to outsell organic and all natural products.
Food manufacturers in North America and Europe, looking for new sources of ingredients, increasingly turn to Asian countries such as India to keep up with demand.
‘Kosher’ was the most frequently used claim on new products launched in the US according to recent market research, more frequently used than ‘All Natural’ and ‘No Additives or Preservatives’, he said.
Why Get Kosher Certificate
Orthodox Kosher Supervision India is the leading company in kosher certification in India It has a worldwide recognition as well as international alliances. The best decision for your company to get kosher certified:
1. Expand your clients/customers/consumer market worldwide.
2. The Position of your products as healthy for the general public.
3. Value added for produces.
Have a seal that guarantees cleanliness, quality, healthy and better hygienic food products. Allows entry to your product to kosher stores and kosher food products manufacturer where products are exclusively Kosher certified.