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Kosher-Free.com will offer a directory of NKC (NOT-Kosher Certified) companies and products.
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Kosher certification of our nation’s food products is not a new occurrence.
This practice has been common place for nearly once century in America. Given this long history, there is certainly a great deal of information worth presenting to consumers.
Unknown to most, the great majority of essential food products are certified by one of many rabbinical organizations around the country. Pick up a box of breakfast cereal, yogurt, or event bottled water and the chances are that the label sports a kosher seal. For the kosher-keeping community this is a good thing as there’s no requirement to go to a specialized store or aisle. For most others, this food industry standard is unknown.
Surprisingly, an increasing number of individuals wish to avoid kosher-certified products altogether. This could be for religious or personal reasons.
Kosher-Free aims to help all shoppers stay informed of brands and products that are usually not kosher-certified.
For a long time, this has been a very difficult task. No longer!
*Our term ‘Kosher-Free’ does not intend in any way to convey an “anti-kosher” or “anti-kosher foods” sentiment. It merely indicates that at the time of inspection, a given product appeared to be free from kosher-certification. In fact, many food products that we list in our NKC (NOT Kosher-Certified) database may be kosher, but only lack the certification from a kosher agency, rabbi or rabbinical organization. The publisher of this website, its app(s) and related content respects America’s first amendment rights of all peoples, and in no way condones any defamation of any religion, culture, or identity.