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New on the Shelf for Passover


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We all know that Passover will be quite different this year in terms of in-person experiences, but those of us who can will still be preparing to the best of our ability and most of us will still be shopping for at least some kosher for Passover foods.

Each year we share a selection of new and exciting products hitting the shelves. This year is no different; these foods were conceived and produced before the pandemic hit. These new items range from the whimsical to the practical and will hopefully bring some enjoyment and nourishment to your holiday.

Tuscanini Crushed Tomatoes

As lovers of shakshukameatballs, and matzah lasagna, crushed tomatoes imported from Italy is a special treat. The tomatoes, which have a rich and almost fruity flavor, come in a glass jar, making it easy for pouring and storing any unused portions. Tuscanini is also offering a refined extra light olive oil that would be good to use in baked goods. 

Manischewitz Beet Chips

Got a kid who's picky when it comes to vegetables? These veggie chips, which are made from beets baked in coconut oil are a good snack option to help him get exposed to the taste of beets. The company also has options made from cassava, carrots, sweet potatoes, and other root vegetables. Consider bagging them in resealable bags for a (solitary) walk outside.  

Manischewitz Cold Brew Earl Grey Macaroons

On the dessert end, cold brew earl grey tea macaroons are a real step up from the ordinary coconut and chocolate chip. The earl grey tea flavor really comes through and enhances the macaroons. 

Manischewitz Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Coconut Macaroons

Fans of the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel can order Manischewitz coconut macaroons in a limited-edition reusable tin to enjoy throughout the holiday and even afterwards. The whimsical pink container has a very retro, vintage feel, with an illustration of Midge Maisel herself holding a plate of macaroons. 

See 2019's New on the Shelf for Passover


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