Kosher Certification

What is kosher? A Hebrew word meaning ‘fit,’ it is not the rabbi blessing the food, health food, organic or any other popular misconception! It is, however, a set of biblical dietary guidelines followed by people of the Jewish faith, Muslims and some Christian groups such as Seventh Day Adventists.

Statistics show that many kosher consumers are not Jewish. These consumers are people who perceive kosher to be cleaner, better and healthier! That may certainly be the case, but it isn’t what kosher means.

KosherFest, the largest kosher trade-show in the world, sets the value of the kosher food market at over $12.5 billion. Kosher is no longer a niche segment. With Fortune 500 companies such as Nabisco, P&G, M&M and Mars among others committed to being kosher, it’s no wonder its “in” to be kosher today.

In many types of manufacturing, products may already be kosher or close to it. For some companies, there are only small changes in ingredients to kosher suppliers before they can be certified. Join the kosher certification revolution today and let us partner with you to increase your market share! Click here for our brochure.


How do I get certified? It's Simple!

Kosher certification requires that an application containing all products manufactured along with their ingredients be filled out and sent into our office. All information received will be treated with total confidentiality.

Our experts then analyze your ingredients to see if there might be any kosher concerns. We then schedule an initial inspection, where one of our Rabbis will visit your facility to be certain all the information that was submitted was accurate. In addition, he will check to see if there might be any other kosher concerns.

The Rabbi will write a report and submit it to our standards and pricing committees, which will determine if you qualify for kosher certification. Upon approval, you will sign the annual contract for kosher certification.

Please click here for an application.