Kosher Chicago Rabbinical Council

Kosher Chicago Rabbinical Council

http://www.crcweb.org/consumerkosher.php

Food & Agriculture

independent Certification

cRc stands for Chicago Rabbinical Council, which is a not-for-profit, Orthodox Jewish organization. In the 1930's, the cRc developed an agency with a respected kosher certification symbol. The cRc’s Kosher Division works with close to 800 food companies, producing tens of thousands of products across North and South America, Europe and Asia. Over 50 years ago, Jays Potato Chips was one of the first companies certified kosher by the cRc.

Helpful Positive Time Posted

Sort/Filter by:

Reviews

Add your business Add Your Company

or non-profit organization

A community-led transition to the new economy. We're way beyond green.

Company Name
Company Type

Featured Product

Not your grandma’s Earl Grey. A rich, full-bodied blend of black tea & Mediterranean bergamot. Classic yet updated and a staff favorite.

Featured Certification

A 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, Green Seal issued its first environmental standards in 1991-2, and the first product certifications were completed in 1992. Hundreds of products and services from major companies such as 3M, Benjamin Moore, and Andersen Windows have now been certified to meet Green Seal standards, and the number of major product categories covered by standards has increased to more than 40.
Share PosiPair:
To share this specific page, please use the links on the left sharing bar
Copyright ©2011, PosiPair, LLC. All Rights Reserved. PosiPair is a trademark owned by PosiPair LLC. Patent Pending. Use of this site is subject to express Terms of Service.
Share