The Health Benefits of Kosher food
The word “kosher” is derived from the Hebrew root “kasher,” which means to be pure, proper, or suitable for consumption and even sacred for the religious Jews, Muslims and Christians and those who follow the Biblical Diet instituted by God, contained in the first 5 books of the Bible.
The reason kosher is perceived as healthier is because there is a third party inside the manufacturing plants that has a different incentive than the food company.
Kosher foods and drinks has increased in popularity since the 1990’s, with the enjoyment of the food going beyond the enjoyment of the traditional Jewish staples. This increased popularity purchasing kosher is driven by the perception that the food is healthier, safer, and produced without certain ingredients.
Increasing adoption of kosher foods by vegetarian consumers, health conscious consumers, and patients with lactose intolerance and celiac disorders, is further expected to drive growth of the market. Growing number of kosher food manufacturers are focusing on gluten-free certification owing to high demand from kosher consumers suffering from lactose and gluten intolerance.
GLOBAL KOSHER MARKET
The Global Kosher Food Market is projected to rise from US $ 24 billion to US $ 60 billion, an impressive expansion compound annual growth rate of 11.6% during the forecast period 2017 to 2025, according to a report by Persistence Market Research (PMR).
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