Kosher Supervision of America is a not-for-profit Kashrus certification agency recognized by rabbinical associations throughout the world. KSA is the largest, recognized and accepted, kosher certification agency based in the western United States. We enjoy the support and cooperation of thousands of synagogues and rabbis representing hundreds of thousands of kosher consumers.
Servicing hotel chains, supermarket chains, food manufacturers, food packers & distributors, restaurants, caterers, independent grocers and bakeries, the KSA symbol can be found on grocery store shelves across the nation and around the world.
Kosher Supervision of America is very proud to be on the list of reliable and recognized organizations. A most honorable and prestigious distinction.
The KSA symbol is a firm guarantee to all consumers that the products bearing the symbol are in full compliance with the most demanding of kosher standards. You can be sure that your products will be marketable, enjoying the same status, recognition and acceptance, as any other reliably certified kosher product.
More importantly, KSA does not only certify products, we build relationships too! It is with our excellent customer service, as well as our flexible fee structure, that we have created such a remarkable niche in this industry.
Kosher Certifiers from Around the World Tackle Industry''s Latest Challenges
KSA ADDRESSES THE DISTINGUSED ASSEMBLY
New York- More than 100 kosher certifiers from around the world gathered for the annual General Membership Conference of the Association of Kashrus Organizations.
The conference held on November 16th dealt with many new challenges faced by the certifiers. Amongst the topics discussed were fraudulent labels, mites and other insects in foods, Halal and Conservative certifications, citrus oils for Passover, and kosher certification and Third World employment practices.
Rabbi Yechezkal Auerbach, senior Rabbinic administrator for KSA, addressed the assembled and presented his expertise and proficiency in a variety of contemporary issues facing the kosher consumer.