Kosher certified honey
I received a call from a Rabbi who wants to meet with me about having my products certified Kosher. I asked if that meant regular honey house inspections and he said it has more to do with ingredients than anything else which I found puzzling. I would think eating a ham sandwich in the honey house wouldn't be "kosher", but who knows. I asked him if there was a fee and he said there was but wanted to discuss in person which immediately set off my sales pitch alert.
Does anyone here have a kosher certification for their honey? If so, does it significantly increase sales? I don't think there's a huge Jewish population here in middle GA, but would a kosher certification increase sales to non-Jewish folks due to the possible perception of increased cleanliness and purity?