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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kosher Check is a hechsher of the Orthodox Rabbinical Council of British Columbia. Its symbol is used on labels of food which are certified Kosher by the Council. Kosher Check is headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia

The Orthodox Rabbinical Council of British Columbia is a recommended kosher certifying agency by the Chicago Rabbinical Council (CRC).[1]

In November 2013 BC Kosher was renamed Kosher Check with the tagline "Kosher Checked. Globally Accepted," and the new symbol was introduced. The hechsher is only available to manufacturers of food that have enhanced food-safety protocols.[2] Today Kosher Check certifies thousands of products produced by manufacturers all around the World.

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