Try looking for a kosher item on line and you will find millions of items under the kosher category. The big question how kosher is really kosher? That really depends on who is purchasing the kosher item and/or who one is sending the kosher item to.
Many items are signed as kosher, but may not carry a specific kosher certification. Other items do carry symbols, but those symbols are not recognized by all kosher seekers. An example of a universally accepted kosher symbol would be the OU, but there are many items bearing other kosher symbols that are very acceptable by many people seeking kosher food or kosher gift items.
Our company does measure up to the strictest kosher guidelines and very high standards of gourmet. Our presiding Rabbi (mashgiach) will only allow us to use items that have widely recognized kosher certifications (hechsherim) and those that he has personally checked into. Currently our full line of gift baskets are under the hashgacha of Rabbi Aron Weinman shlita and our Continental Breakfasts and Purim Gift line have the added hechsher of the Beth Din Tartikov of Brooklyn New York. Click here to view our Kosher Certificate.
As we scour the market for the best Kosher gourmet we look out for more than just a Kosher Symbol. Each item is under scrutiny by our presiding Rabbi (Mashgiach) as well as our scrutiny of ingredients, shelf and shipping life, and most of all - taste! As we visit the NASFT each summer we do see an incline of vendors proudly proclaiming to be OU, OK, or other kosher certified companies. Therefore we keep adding new gourmet products to our unique line of highest standarized kosher and gourmet products.