Basically foods marked Kosher are those that are suitable for those following the rule and guide of the Jewish community.
Identifying foods suitable to those restricting their diet to Kosher foods goes way beyond the selection of certain ingredient types. Kosher food takes the method of production into consideration, as well as the machinery used in production, and even the tithing practices of the manufacturing companies. Foods marked as kosher have to be approved by a Rabbi and will carry a suitable marking.
Products flagged as suitable for those following a Kosher diet are those on which the kosher approval is clearly written. We also have various advisers and Kosher experts who may recommend the inclusion of one or two extra products which although not stamped Kosher, may well do if the inspection had been carried out.
Remember that once you have selected to narrow your search to Kosher foods you will no longer see any other products other than those marked as KOSHER. This may not be a problem, but just to remind you that we only mark relevant products and so books and cleaning materials for example would not be visible.