Compiled by Roger Shlomo Harris, this site contains “A growing collection of more than 1,000 hechsher images together with some explanatory details arranged for quick, easy reference according to their shape, a bilingual glossary, several indexes, a Bibliography, and relevant links.” There is also a section on kashrut authorities worldwide arranged alphabetically by their name that displays the symbol of the hechsher associated with them.
Info sheets, listings of places under the hashgacha of the organization, along with the bulletin of kashruth notices are among the materials on this site for helping people keep kosher in Houston, Texas.
Free app for Apple and Android that searches multiple kosher databases from kashrut supervisors worldwide to determine if an item is kosher. You can search by product, scan its barcode, say its name or choose a local database.
The home page of this kashrut certifier based in Teaneck, New Jersey, provides databases of its products, companies and restaurants it serves,along with articles on kashrut and the kosher food industry.
This site in English, German and French is from the Badatz Igud Rabbonim KIR in Manchester, English, “one of the largest Kosher Certification organisations in Europe today.” Its site provides information about becoming certified and a kosher glossary.
This searchable database is provided by the New York State Department of Agriculture and lists all products that describe themselves as kosher. You can search by packaged or non-packaged food, by brand, product, description and UPC code.
The home page of this kashrut certifier based in Brooklyn, New York provides databases of its products, companies and restaurants it serves, along with information for companies in Spanish, Korean, Japanese and Chinese about becoming certified.
Describing itself as “the world's largest kosher certification agency certifying over 1 million products worldwide,” this site provides extensive resources for consumers and industrial producers. There are databases of restaurants, food products, recipes, pas yisroel products, a cheese list, blessings over food, and the Kosher for Passover list. There is also kosher primer designed to help people understand the laws of kashrut
The home page of this kashrut certifier based in Baltimore provides news and alerts and product, restaurant, and company lists through an alphabetical subject directory. Its Passover section features articles on the holiday and a product directory arranged by food type. There is also information for companies in Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese about becoming certified.Of particular note are the faq about kashrut questions and the section on KitchenAid Sabbath mode appliances.
The website of this kashrut certification company provides a pictoral primer on kosher food, a list of the institutions it certifies and the rabbis who provide certification as well as links to groups in this area of Ohio.