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Kashruth Council of Canada (COR) and Niagara College Partner on Project to Integrate Kosher, Food Safety Guidelines

Seeking a more efficient way to make kosher certification integrate with food safety planning, the Kashruth Council of Canada recently partnered with Niagara College on an ambitious project to do just that.Most of the world’s leading food retailers and manufactures participate in the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), which sets standards for food safety, with the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the Safe Quality Food Program (SQF) as the most predominant GFSI regimes. At the same time, many food manufacturers carry kosher certification as more than 40% of packaged food products sold in the United States are kosher certified, according to market research firm Mintel. While ... read more

Posted: Nov 21, 2016

COR's Rabbi Catriel Blum Named Mashgiach of the Year

COR’s very own Rabbi Catriel Blum has been selected “Mashgiach of ...

Posted: Nov 2, 2016

How Does a Product Become Kosher?

By Rabbi Sholom H. Adler How does a company actually become kosher? ...

Posted: Oct 26, 2016

The Kosher Status of Genetically Modified Salmon

By Rabbi Tsvi Heber A Genetically Modified Fish[1] After two decades...

Posted: Oct 14, 2016

COR Establishments with a Sukkah

The following establishments will have a Sukkah on premises for the du...

Posted: Oct 5, 2016

2016/5777 COR Pas Yisroel List

We are pleased to present the COR Pas Yisroel List to help kosher c...

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