BETA VERSION (1,2)
The development of this App falls within the broader scope of the “Promoting the Made-in-Italy Agro-Food Certification” project promoted by the Ministry of Economic Development in partnership with Federalimentare, Federbio, the Union of Italian Jewish Communities (Unione delle Comunità Ebraiche Italiane) and the Islamic Cultural Center in Italy (Centro Islamico Culturale d'Italia), with the support of the technical and organizational competencies of Fiere di Parma Spa.
This site (app) is a beta version which is being improved and, for this reason, one of its information could be modified after further checks and changes of the software;
The available information on the site (app) is provided by the interested firms which, therefore, are solely responsible for the validity and truth of the data iussed.
The Kosher Italian Guide is intended to be an important showcase for Italian companies producing certified kosher products and a useful tool for consumers interested in certified Products, by helping them to easily find “Made-in-Italy” Kosher food and drinks
The Kashrut is the set of Jewish religious dietary laws. The adjective ‘kasher’ or ‘kosher’ means fitting, compliant and appropriate and indicates the foods apt for consumption insofar as they comply with the rules; the opposite of kosher is ‘trefah’.