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Get Kosher Certified!

The AKC Certification Process

2. Discovery Meeting

Either over the phone or on Zoom we will try to better understand your Kosher needs based on your products and your business model.

3. Initial Inspection

Our rabbinic expert will visit your facility and determine what steps need to be taken to make the plant kosher and how frequently the production facility will be visited.

4. Agreement & Contract

The contract will include all kosher requirements and any applicable fees. AKC certification fees are some of the lowest in the kosher industry.

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About Us

The AKC is the largest  Kosher certifier in the Southeast. We certify thousands of products in companies and facilities in the Southeast and throughout the country.