Kosher vitamin manufacturer, kosher certified vitamin manufacturer

National agencies, a local board of Kashrut, or an individual Orthodox Rabbi dedicated to maintaining the integrity of the Kosher status of foods in accordance to the highest standards of Kashrus (Kosher law) can administer Kosher certification.

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Private Label Kosher Vitamins

National agencies, a local board of Kashrut, or an individual Orthodox Rabbi dedicated to maintaining the integrity of the Kosher status of foods in accordance to the highest standards of Kashrus (Kosher law) can administer Kosher certification.

Companies choosing to certify their branded products “Kosher”, are required to hire a 3rd party agency to implement and monitor a program for the production and certification of Kosher dietary supplements to ensure that all Kosher requirements are met and receive a certificate attesting to that.

The Kosher certification process, which varies slightly by agency, begins with an application that enables a Rabbinic or Kashrus administrator or coordinator to build a profile regarding the project. Required information includes details of the products produced, the products it wants to certify as Kosher, ingredient lists, product data sheets, manufacturing procedures, quality control, cleaning procedures and more. “The process is detailed, rigorous and exacting,” and is customized to your exact formula(s) you wish to have certified.

The application is then reviewed to determine the feasibility of Kosher certification. Then a qualified rabbinic field representative will usually inspect and audit the facility to review ingredient lists, verify that ingredients submitted and approved are the same as in the containers supplying raw materials, review raw materials specification sheets, labels, SOP’s and other documentation. Materials handling, the preparation, processing and production processes, sanitation and hygienic procedures and quality control procedures are also examined. In some cases, system and process modifications may be required before certification is granted. Next, a contract stipulating all requirements for Kosher certification is presented. If all conditions are met and accepted, a letter of certification is sent certifying your companies branded dietary supplement is Kosher certified, which normally lasts for one year. Please note: All costs involved in the certification process is the sole responsibility of the customer as it is that companies branded formula(s) that are being certified.