TK kosher


Kosher certification with national and international coverage

Why become TK kosher certified?

We welcome new customers to join our family. 

Truly kosher, truly worth it.

What is Kosher?

The Kosher food industry is rapidly growing and has become one of the most lucrative industries in the food sector. The global Kosher food market size was valued at USD 21.88 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 26.21 billion by 2028. This diverse market caters to a range of people who follow religious or secular dietary laws. Although the term «Kosher» is mainly associated with Jewish dietary laws, other religious and secular groups also follow similar dietary regimens. Kosher products are not only popular among those who follow a religious diet, but also vegetarians and people who value quality, transparency, and reliability. Retailers recognize the added value of products with a recognized Kosher mark and consider it when making purchases.

“At first I thought that kosher meant food for Jewish people. Now I realize that that consumers equate Kosher to quality.” Liliana C.

Here are some more specifics


The most obvious is to expand your consumer base to include communities who observe a kosher diet.


Research shows there are approximately 12.1million Americans who consume kosher food each year. This is why it makes sense for many distributors to keep all kosher supplies. According to 2011 figures by Lubicom Marketing and Consulting, 7.5 million consumers claim “kosher is better.”


The quality conscious consumer looks to kosher supervision as an added symbol of a manufacturer’s greater adherence to better quality standards. Indeed, studies show that three out of five shoppers prefer a product that is kosher certified and they check for a kosher symbol when deciding on food purchases. (Mintel Oxygen Reports–London, 02.09.)

Diverse communities

Specific groups who may look to kosher include Jewish communities and those following vegan, halal or dairy free diets.

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