In English, Hebrew word kosher means "fit." The kosher laws define the foods which are fit for consumption for a Jew. Kosher law is basically a set of dietary rules about what to eat & how to eat. It also defines which food can’t be consumed (Non-Kosher). Kosher foods are those that conform to the regulations of kashrut (Jewish dietary law). Food that may be consumed according to halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher. The kosher laws were transferred by G‑d to the Children of Israel in the Sinai desert. Moses taught them to the people and wrote the basics of these laws in Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14.
In Kosher Certification a ‘Rabbi’ inspects a food facility & ensured that a food is prepared in a Kosher way & all its ingredients are Kosher. Sometimes if a product is very simple / in natural form product sample can be inspected & Kosher Certification can be granted. CDG has tie up with different Rabbi & Jews organizations to issue Kosher certification in India & worldwide. CDG is a trusted & prominent Kosher certification agency.
For your product or plant to be certified kosher to orthodox standards, every ingredient used and the way in which it is processed, must be kosher compliant.
Why is kosher food important?
If you observe kosher dietary law closely, you will find that Kosher laws are very much scientific, for example: animals without having divided hooves should not be eaten. Scientifically also such animals are carnivorous which is nit safe for eating. Due to it’s scientific importance people from other religion also prefer kosher food.