Who gets certified? Kosher certification is the process that identifies food products fit for consumption by observant Jews. Food production, whether artisanal or industrial, needs to be supervised in order to be certified. This means that food manufacturing process and ingredients need to meet kashrut standards. Whole Kosher Services serves a wide spectrum of food manufacturers, from small business to large industrial facilities.
Whole Kosher Services provides certification to industrial food manufactures. These include producers of colorants, stabilizers, food additives, antimicrobial products, food grade cleansers, among others. In addition, Whole Kosher Services provides kosher certification for food processing and packing facilities.
Whole Kosher Services provides kosher certification for small business, artisanal, and local producers. Our low cost certification process, allows small food producers to become competitive in the kosher industry. Kosher certification opens market opportunities for small business not only among local Jewish communities, but also among non-Jewish consumers seeking out kosher food.
Whole Kosher Services has operates not only in the United States, but its services extends to Mexico. Currently, Whole Kosher Services oversees kosher production for approximately 70% of frozen strawberries that are imported to the United States each year. Whole Kosher Services also oversees provides kosher certification to Mexican industries and producers of avocado pulp, frozen squash and bell peppers, among others.