What are kosher foods? They are foods specially prepared in accordance with Jewish dietary laws. These laws include restrictions about which products and foods (especially animals) can be consumed, how they are processed and which products can be used or eaten together.
Those who follow a kosher diet are said to “keep kosher,” and consume products that follow the dietary laws. It may sound restrictive, but there are actually a great number of kosher foods, supplements and other products available.
Just type “kosher” in the search bar at Vitacost.com, and you’ll find over 3,800 healthy products (across multiple categories) to suit your kosher diet, including pasta, peanut butter, beans, crackers, canned tuna, tea, toothpaste, vitamins, supplements and so much more. We even carry kosher dish soap!
Kosher foods and other products are typically stamped with special symbols to signify kosher certification. There are many different agencies that certify kosher products, but the most popular symbols include the OK Kosher Certification (a K contained within a circle), the Orthodox Union certification (a U contained within a circle) and the KOF-K kosher certification. If you’re unsure whether or not a food is kosher, be on the lookout for one of these symbols and contact the manufacturer, if necessary.
If you’re looking for the right products for your kosher diet, Vitacost.com has everything you need - at the right price!See All Kosher Foods