By definition, Kosher is food prepared according to Orthodox Jewish law. Kosher rating is an internationally accepted symbol of purity and quality that is both recognised and respected throughout the world. To achieve this quality mark, a rabbi from a certified laboratory is required to inspect the processing facilities, the formula of the stabilization method, the manufacturing process and all the ingredients in the products. The standards set are high and rigidly adhered to. Many religious groups throughout the world, especially the Jewish faith, perceive the Kosher mark as an accepted measure of high quality.
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