Kosher continues to grow in the South of India

India has the World's second largest population, third largest economy and is the World's second largest producer of food next to China. AC Nielsen recently named India as a hotspot for food manufacturers, food producers and food ingredient professionals and the country is now becoming an integral part of the global food ingredient network. India is the World’s largest producer of Bananas, Mangoes, Guavas, Mangosteens and Papayas. Not to mention spices such as chillies and dried peppers. India is also the Worlds second largest producer of Rice, Sugar Cane, Tea, Cashews and such staples as Onions and Potatoes. Given this trend, India has become one of the most important destinations for food investment, with the food industry growing at an annual rate of 17%. As demand continues to increase, more and more food manufacturers in India continue to turn to Kosher Certification to assist them in opening new markets.

Recently Fruzyme Biotech located in the southern state of Tamil Nadu rgained Kosher Certification through Kosher Check. Fruzyme Biotech, a leading producer of Papain, Papain Enzyme and related products wanted to be able to export product around the world and needed a Kosher Certification like Kosher Check that is Globally Accepted. As Food exports continue to increase in India, many Indian food manufacturers like Fruyzme are now turning to agencies such as Kosher Check to assist them in gaining Kosher Certification.

Kosher Check is a globally accepted Kosher Certification, providing Kosher supervision on five continents to food manufacturers such as Merck Pharmaceuticals, Kerry Foods, Kemin Bioscience, Golden Boy Foods, Legumex Walker to name a few. Gaining Kosher Certification through Kosher Check can help increase sales as well as potential private label business.