The procedure for acquiring kosher certification is relatively simple. Upon receipt of your application, a representative of Kosher Alliance will evaluate your company’s ingredients and products.
Then a contract will be drafted, detailing all the requirements and obligations of both parties. All kosher requirements, as well as a list of all your ingredients and products, will be enumerated. Furthermore, the contract will outline the correct emblem authorized for each product indicating each product’s Kosher status.
Fill out our application form with logistical information about your company and plant. A Rabbinic Coordinator (account executive) will be assigned to handle your application. This Rabbinic Coordinator will be your designated point person and will be available to answer your questions, address your needs, and guide you through the Kosher certification process.
A qualified Rabbinic Field Representative (RFR) will visit your plant to observe your operation and the feasibility of certifying your products. (There is a processing fee and a travel expense fee that is billed prior to this inspection.) The Rabbinic Field Representative (RFR) will tour your plant and file a written report to Kosher Alliance headquarters.
Your application and inspection report will be reviewed by your Rabbinic Coordinator, who will advise you whether or not the Kosher Alliance can grant certification. In some instances, some system modifications may be required for certification to be awarded.