Kosher food is food prepared in adherence to the dietary laws of Judaism. The laws that govern kosher food deal with what foods may be eaten and how those foods must be prepared.
The Hebrew word Kosher (kasher) literally means fit or proper and these laws are Biblical in origin – the Jewish People have applied them to their daily diet for millennia.
The Kosher Alliance offers a team of experts in modern food technology and its interface with all the detailed kosher regulations and requirements. They simultaneously embrace today’s world with these regulations, successfully merging ancient and modern needs.
The Kosher Certification process involves an examination of the food ingredients as well as the production and the preparation process. Kosher foods are generaly divided into three main categories: Meat, Dairy and Pareve.
Kosher food is essentially food that does not have any non-kosher ingredients in accordance with Jewish law. What makes something kosher is that meat and milk products are not mixed together, animal products from non-kosher animals (like pork, shellfish, and others) are not included, and any meat from kosher animals is slaughtered in the correct procedure.