About DAR Kosher

The DAR Kosher is one of the world’s largest orthodox kosher certification agency situated in Jerusalem, Israel. We have over 100 working staff that is technically sound and well experience in the field of Chemistry, Botany, Biology, and Micro Biology & Food Technology Our Rabbi having wide experience over 20 years, in the field of Issuing Kosher certification as per the Law of Kashrut. Under his guidance we certified industry with strict inspection. The organization’s Expertise in Flavors, Fragrances, Spices, Herbal Extracts, Fats and Oils, Chemicals, and Retail Food, Products. DAR Kosher certify some 10,000 ingredients and over 5,000 retail products across the world. We have our Head office in Israel and India office in New Mumbai, name Quality Advisors.

What is Kosher

Kosher foods are those that conform to the Jewish dietary regulations of Kashrut (Dietary Law), Primarily Derived from Leviticus and Deuteronomy. Food that may be consumed according to Halacha Regulations is termed kosher in English, from the Ashkenazi Pronunciation of the Hebrew Term Kashér "fit" (in this context, fit for consumption). Food that is not in accordance with law is called treif meaning "torn."

Certification Process

  • The certification process begins with a request for certification from the client.
  • The next step is for the client to supply a list of all ingredients used in its food product and machinery (such as cleaning agents), Next, the DAR Rabbinic Representatives walk through the entire food production or food-service process with the client, noting equipment, production processes, packaging techniques, storage systems, and transportation arrangements that may compromise kosher status. If non-kosher food is being produced in the same plant (or if meat and dairy products are both being produced), the two systems must remain completely separate, including the avoidance of heat transfer by boilers servicing the two production lines.
  • If non-kosher food is being produced on the same machinery as kosher food, albeit in separate runs, all equipment and utensils must be intensively cleaned and then treated with boiling water before being used for the kosher run. The client must also agree to specific documentation and record-keeping systems in order to track raw ingredients coming in and processed foods going out, as well as production schedules.
  • A food-service venue must comply with additional Halakhic requirements, such as respecting the laws of Shabbat, Passover, and certain Jewish fast days.
  • After the successful Inspection DAR Kosher and client sign a one-year contract.

Contact Us

Israel Office
Kfar Etzion Field School, 9091200, Israel

India Office
A-118, Shiv Chamber, Plot No. – 21, Sector – 11, Near MTNL Building, Opp. Axis Bank, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai – 400614, Maharashtra India


+91 9619131141