USDA Organic Certification
Chicago Kosher Certification

USDA Organic and Kosher

The USDA Organic and Kosher certifications are three distinct certifications or labels that products can carry. Each indicates specific attributes about the product’s production, ingredients, and suitability. These labels let customers or businesses know that they adhere to certain dietary preferences or religious requirements. Let’s explore each of these labels:

  1. USDA Organic: The USDA Organic label is issued by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Specifically, it is meant to assure consumers that the product has been produced following certain organic farming and production practices. Organic products are grown and processed without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), antibiotics, and certain other additives or practices. Organic farming also emphasizes sustainable practices that promote soil health and biodiversity. To carry the USDA Organic label, a product must meet strict standards and be certified by an accredited third-party certification organization.

  2. Kosher: Kosher certification is a designation that ensures a product’s compliance with Jewish dietary laws (kashrut). According to Jewish tradition, these laws dictate which foods are permissible for consumption. Kosher-certified products are produced under rabbinical supervision and adhere to specific rules and guidelines regarding ingredient selection, preparation, and processing. Our warehouse has been certified by a Rabbi from the Chicago Rabbinical Council.