My Grandma's of New England ®
About My Grandma's Kosher Certification
My Grandma's of New England ® is certified Kosher by OK Kosher Certification.
What does Kosher mean?
Kosher is not a style of cooking, nor does it imply that food is blessed in some way by a Rabbi. The Hebrew word Kosher means fit, correct or proper. The term Kosher has become synonomous with purity, quality and high standards of preparation.
The process of certification does not involve "blessing" the food; nor does it apply solely to Jewish cuisine.
Kosher certification involves examining the ingredients used to make the food, examining the process by which the food is prepared, and periodically inspecting the processing facilities to make sure that kosher standards are maintained.
Because of the extra supervison involved in the food's preparation, Kosher has sparked the interest of the health conscious.
Our safety, quality and cleanliness standards are second to none.
My Grandma's of New England ® is proud to offer a superior product made within the strictest of standards.
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