Kosher Grade Chemicals
Comply with the Jewish dietary law
About Kosher Grade Chemicals
The kosher certification for food and chemicals means that the ingredients and production comply with Jewish dietary law. Furthermore, kosher status requires official approval by a rabbi who has overseen the facility and manufacturing process.
Kosher certification is important for those in the Jewish community who observe kashrut, the Jewish dietary law as laid out in the Torah. Over time, rabbinic scholars have elaborated on these laws, in part to give them context in the modern world. For example, modern processes like industrial food production and chemical manufacture are not described in ancient Jewish texts, but may still comply with kosher law based upon the expanded definition.
Kosher certified products may be perceived as having a higher value, since the processing requirements are so stringent. Unlike the FCC and USP monograms which regulate based on the purity of the final product, Kosher certification is concerned with every part of the processing and sourcing. Lab Alley is pleased to offer you our line of high-quality, certified kosher products you can trust.
Major uses and applications
The following areas are the most prevalent applications for kosher products.
- Medical and Pharmaceutical Industries: Kosher Grade chemicals may be used for extraction and isolation of pharmaceuticals.
- Food Production: Many sectors of the food supply chain require use of chemical ingredients. Any chemical used during processing of a kosher food must comply with Jewish dietary law.
- Drinks and beverages: Beverage makers use kosher ingredients and processing equipment to produce drinks and beverages.
- Cosmetics and Personal Care Products: Cosmetics and personal care products must be formulated with chemicals that comply with kosher requirements to achieve the kosher certification.
Common Uses and Applications
- Food manufacturing
- Personal care products
- Dietary supplements
- Herbal extracts
- Drinks and beverages
- Cleaning products