What is Kosher Certification?
What makes something Kosher food or the meaning of Kosher certified food?
The kosher certification certifies the religious belief of Jewish people. It is mainly a certification for food products and has the expansion to all equipment that is being used to prepare Kosher food. Kosher certification objects to evade cross-contamination of certain food products such as meat, fish, egg, milk, and oil.
Kosher certification is an approval that all ingredients used to manufacture and sell retail food products are Kosher Certified. An imprint of the K logo as Kosher certification is a must on the evaluated and approved products.
The kosher certificate is proof for the Jewish community that particular food has met all the parameters of Kashrut food laws and practice all the standards of Kosher.
Apart from Israel (Origin country of Jewish people), the demand for kosher certification is increasing in the USA. USA and Israel are ally country and because of their good relationship, the Jewish community is spreading in the USA.
Not just in Israel or the USA, the kosher certification is compulsory for food products exported to Europe and other Asian countries where Jewish people live.
Several Kosher Certification Agencies are working in India and overseas to provide Kosher certificates. These agencies assess Kosher certification standards and audit the client's facility. The auditors are called Rabbi. All these Kosher certification agencies belong to and are approved by the Rabbinic of Israel.