Meeting the Needs of Diverse Consumers with Food Preparation Training

Understanding the Concepts and Protocols of Kosher

Many diners choose to abstain from certain foods for various personal health and fitness goals. For others, however, dietary restrictions are not a choice; they are a commandment. In the Jewish religion, Kosher foods are those that are acceptable to eat in accordance with Jewish dietary laws.

With implementation of Kosher eStart™, your food handling and preparation staff will learn the guidelines and protocols necessary to provide Kosher food to your customers.

Category: Safety & Compliance
Lang: English
Audience/Length: Crew Employees (30-45 minutes)
Exam: 80% or Higher Required to Print Certificate of Completion

Serving the Needs of your Customers

The laws of Kosher food are precise- and so to effectively serve Kosher food, specific attention must be paid not only to ingredients and preparation, but to cooking, utensils and serving areas. Providing instruction in this content area allows for your operation to meet a specific and important need for your Kosher diners.

This course may specifically useful for institutional feeders, campus dining programs and those operations serving a large and diverse customer population.



  • Define & identify Kosher foods
  • Recognize how Kosher food must be prepared and served
  • Understand the slaughtering process for Kosher meats
  • Develop an understanding of the significance of cleanliness to keeping Kosher

Low Per Student Pricing.

Your account will be set up and ready to use the same business day payment is received.

Kosher eStartâ„¢ is available for $299.00. For this purchase price, a location will receive access to the course for 20 employees as well as the benefits of our Learning Management System for record management and data storage of the operation's training statistics. Seats do not expire and are vaild until used.