The Kosher Eco-Trait is applied to all products that are classified as both kosher and pareve by their respective manufacturer. According to Kashrut, or the set of Jewish dietary laws concerning food preparation and classification, kosher food is deemed fit for consumption.
“Keeping kosher” can be used as a descriptor for certain types of meat based on method of slaughter, or to describe food preparation processes. For example, keeping meat and dairy separate is a method used to keep a meal kosher. For non-meat and non-dairy products like bread, “pareve” is used to denote acceptable or neutral foods.
Shop with confidence by using the GreenCupboards Kosher Eco-Trait to make sure you are getting only kosher products.