Kosher Flavours

The strength of today’s Kosher retail market can be attributed to increased consumer demand and increased availability of Kosher products. Manufacturers seek Kosher certification to take advantage in marketing their product to another consumer base. There are over 25 million Kosher consumers worldwide.

The main principles of Kosher are laid down in the Five Book of Moses in the Bible and are classified as ‘statues’. Rabbis have always stressed their essential role in preserving Jewish life. Just as a healthy diet is good for the body, so Jews keep Kosher because it is good for the soul. In the Jewish homes, the table is an altar and the kitchen is a domestic sanctuary.

Kosher foods are divided into three categories: meat, dairy and pareve. One of the basic tenets of Kosher is the total separation of meat and dairy products. Meat and dairy may not be cooked or eaten together.

Foods that are neither meat nor dairy are called pareve. This means that they contain no meat or dairy derivatives, and have not been cooked or mixed with any meat or dairy foods. Eggs, fish, fruit, vegetables, grains, and juices in their natural, unprocessed state are common pareve foods. Other pareve foods include pasta, soft drinks, coffee, tea, and many types of candy and snacks.

Kosher label in food products indicates that these products comply with the precepts of the Jewish religion.

Flavours "à la carte"

RAVETLLAT AROMATICS, S.L. proposes a range of flavours certified Kosher by the London Din Kashrut Divison (KLBD), a leading authority in the World to Jewih law and in particular for the Jewish social and community life in the UK.

All Kosher flavours will be identified with the KLBD logo.

 

FLAVOURS À LA CARTE

RAVETLLAT AROMATICS, S.L. proposes a range of flavours certified Kosher by the London Din Kashrut Divison (KLBD), a leading authority in the World to Jewih law and in particular for the Jewish social and community life in the UK.

All Kosher flavours will be identified with the KLBD logo.