About Us

Who We Are.

David Holzer started Food Industries Technology with the idea of providing, Kosher Gelatin & Kosher Collagen for the masses in an affordable and environmentally friendly way.

What Do We Provide? 

We removed the difficult question of, Where to buy Kosher Gelatin (or Collagen) ? Now you can simply order online. Wholesale orders reach out directly and get a quote today.  

How Do We Do It?

We are the North American distributor for Geliko Kosher Gelatin & Collagen. We are proud to be the Largest provider in the USA of Kosher Gelatin & Collagen.

As well, we provide Kosher Gelatin and Collagen across the world!

We work with many large companies making sure they receive their product on time and with no hassle. We also work with many mom and pop stores as well as providing directly to our customers. 

About Our Product

Our Kosher Collagen Powder, is the first OU Certified Bovine Collagen in the world. Our Collagen Powder is very highly regarded, it is used in many collagen benefit studies.

Why Do they use our Collagen? Our Collagen is from the most reputable gelatin and collagen producer in the world.

Whats special about our Kosher Collagen Powder? Simple our Collagen has the most hydroxyproline. The more hydroxyproline the more your skin will glow on. 

Our Gelatin is the highest quality. Every lot is accounted for and guaranteed to be the highest quality.

Why do consumer pick FITgelatins 

The answer is simple ANYONE can write "Kosher," actually many companies write Kosher, such as Knox, Great Lakes, Vital Proteins, eventhough they are not Kosher.

We are the only OU & CRC Certified Kosher Gelatin.

The Main reason Fitgelatins is above the rest is because of our amazing CEO David Holzer. He has been working in the Kosher Gelatin Business for over 30 years. He has built an honest reputation as a reliable honest supplier of Kosher Gelatin across the world. He understands the crucial details to producing quality food and is available to help you understand which gelatin is best suited for you. He has even built a reputation in the non kosher gelatin world as a great resource.

 How did FITGelatins Begin

Most ingredients found an easy kosher substitution

The same product can be made with a kosher equivalent substitute 

Kosher gelatin is a unique ingredient where the process requires a very large amount of kosher raw material being kosher hides or gel bone exclusively made from kosher slaughter 

The process of collection enough raw material to make this viable was a major challenge 

FITGelatins Began 

We began the process back in 1987 meeting with Kind and Knox a major US gelatin bone manufacturer and working out a process where we could collect gel bone from a major US packer at that point Alley Packing was willing to work with us 

Alley packing unfortunately shut down and there was no other Reliable kosher packer with enough capacity.

Fish Gelatin

In 1992 we embarked on a new direction create a viable method of creating kosher gelatin from fish skin.

After much research we filed a patent for the production of gelatin from fish skin and specifically from Tilapia and Nile Perch where the skin had collagen with high levels of hydroxyproline and being warm water fish produced a gelatin with high Bloom and viscosity. Much of the research went in our backyard, in Miami

The US PATENT was filed in 1993 

We were able to find a situation in Costa Rica where we had a good source of of tilapia fish skin on the west coast of Costa Rica

And a small gelatin manufacturer on he east coast of Costa Rica

In 1993 we began the first commercial production of gelatin and through the years, We needed to expand production we reached out to a company n Spain called Junca which is located right next to Gerona where the Rishonim Ramban and Rabbenu Yonah lived. The owner told me he knows the original family name was Solomon and that they were Jews and he was excited to show me the remains of a Mikvah. We did productions there for years


To read more about David Holzer and Fitgelatins feel free to check out this wonderful article by the OU.



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