What is Kosher
The word ‘kosher’ means ‘suitable for consumption by Jews according to Jewish law’. Although some foods are always acceptable as kosher, most require certification from a recognised rabbinical body.
Kosher requirements differ depending on the particular food. Passover, an eight-day holiday in the early spring, has its own more detailed set of requirements.
Click here for a guide to some common kosher concepts and terms.
Kosher certification is a must for product export to the US and Israeli markets. Food products with an internationally recognised kosher stamp are trusted by the Jewish community worldwide and enjoy the confidence of other communities, including Muslim, vegetarians and those with dietary restrictions including allergies and intolerances.