In English, Hebrew word kosher means "fit." The kosher laws define the foods which are fit for consumption for a Jew. Kosher law is basically a set of dietary rules about what to eat & how to eat. It also defines which food can’t be consumed (Non-Kosher). Kosher foods are those that conform to the regulations of kashrut (Jewish dietary law). Food that may be consumed according to halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher. The kosher laws were transferred by G‑d to the Children of Israel in the Sinai desert. Moses taught them to the people and wrote the basics of these laws in Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14.
In Kosher Certification a ‘Rabbi’ inspects a food facility & ensured that a food is prepared in a Kosher way & all its ingredients are Kosher. Sometimes if a product is very simple / in natural form product sample can be inspected & Kosher Certification can be granted. CDG has tie up with different Rabbi & Jews organizations to issue Kosher certification in India & worldwide. CDG is a trusted & prominent Kosher certification agency.
The demand for kosher certified products has been growing very quickly. Over the past several years, sales of kosher certified products have grown at an annual rate of 15%. In fact, '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'. Furthermore, nearly 80% of all kosher food sales are sold outside of the "Traditional" Jewish market. More than 500,000 products are currently certified kosher and consumers spend over $165 billion on these kosher products annually. For millions of consumers, the kosher symbol has become synonymous with accountability, quality, and food safety.
In order to meet this growing demand, companies throughout the world are seeking kosher certification in order to expand their existing market and enhance their sales. Many of these companies have partnered with Kosher Check, and have seen significant growth in their revenues and profits. According to the New York Times, getting kosher certification is "a shrewd way for a company to gain market share for a minimal investment."
Kosher Check provides certification for food giants and products such as Kerry Foods, Kemin Bioscience, Layn Natural Ingredients, Canada Safeway Ltd, Rogers Sugar, Golden Boy Foods Inc, Dan-D Foods Ltd, operating throughout North America, Europe, Africa and the Far East.
The Kosher Check symbol, one of the world's most widely accepted kosher symbol, immediately and universally enhances your product, affecting the perception of its quality, and increasing its marketability. Your decision to initiate an application for Kosher Check certification of your company could very well be the wisest business marketing decision you make.