Kosher eStart™

  • Overview
  • Content & LMS
  • Pricing

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.

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.

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.


  • Audience

    Crew Level Staff


    Key Takeaways
    • What Foods are Kosher?
    • Preparation of Kosher Foods
    • Cross Contamination
    • Presentation & Storage
    • Other Foods & Alcohol
  • Final Assessment
    • 10 Question Assessment
    • Randomized Question Selection
    • 80% or Higher Required to Print Certificate of Completion
  • Learning Management System Features
    • Allows for the streamlined networking of facilities/locations across an entire company
    • Provides for seamless, real-time tracking of employee progress by Training Administrators
    • Generate reports with aggregated training information
    • Download, save and print training information- (by employee or location) to any standard spreadsheet program

Per Location Pricing

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

Kosher eStart™ is available for $199.00 per location* and provides for unlimited usage for 1 year. For this purchase price, a location will receive access to the course for an unlimited number of employees as well as the benefits of the Learning Management System for record management and data storage of the operation's training statistics.



*Multiple foodservice establishments that operate at one physical location must pay individual site license fees. (i.e. hotels, resorts, etc.) This policy also applies to restaurant groups with multiple locations, as each location will be assessed an individual site license fee.





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