What is Kosher?
Kosher Certification is a procedure where food companies ensure that their food is Kosher certified and it meets all the food safety norms. Kosher accreditations are on the packaging of any product measured Kosher. To ensure that the food you eat is Kosher might be very challenging because of complex modern food production practices. That's why systems are in place for verifying specific food products. Certified Kosher Foods feature a label on their packaging indicating that they've met all of the requirements.
History of Kosher- The English word “Kosher” is derivative from the Hebrew origin “kashér," which means to be pure, appropriate, or suitable for eating. "Kosher" is a term used to define food that fulfils with the firm dietary standards of traditional Jewish law. These laws determine what foodstuffs may be consumed and the way of producing, processing and preparing must meet Kosher standards. In simple words, Kosher food is any food or beverage that Jewish dietary laws allow a person to eat.