Videeko Vanilla ZP Achieves Kosher Certification for Organic Madagascar Vanilla Beans and Powder
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BOSTON - CuisineWire -- Videeko Vanilla ZP, a leading supplier of premium organic Madagascar Vanilla Beans and Vanilla Powder is pleased to announce it has received its official kosher certification from Kosher Check, an Orthodox Rabbinical Council of BC, a globally recognized accredited Orthodox kosher certification agency.

Certification of our premium organic Madagascar Vanilla Beans and Powder by Kosher Check is a mark that not only guarantees our Vanilla Beans and Vanilla Power products are kosher status. It also acts as a mark of assurance that our food safety laws have been strictly followed to a minimum level of HACCP compliance.

Videeko Vanilla ZP is now recognized as a Kosher Pareve food, marked with the universally recognized Kosher Check symbol and included in the Universal Kosher Database (UKD) registry of more than 200,000 kosher certified foods.

Getting kosher certification is an important milestone at Videeko. Videeko's move to achieve Kosher certification was driven by the company's mission to provide the highest levels of product quality for our premium certified organic Madagascar Vanilla Beans and Powder.

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Videeko Vanilla is certified in Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) ISO 22000:2018, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Certification (HACCP), SA8000, FDA Approved and USDA Organic Certified in Madagascar Vanilla Beans and Powder.

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Videeko Vanilla ZP

Specializing in Farming, Curing, Handling, and Exporting of premium organic Madagascar vanilla beans using sustainable, fair trade, farming agricultural practices in and around the Mananara region while supporting fair wages for our farmers. Videeko's mission is to offer our customers incredible product quality, pricing, and customer service.

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