As you are preparing for your Passover celebration, we have a selection of products to help meet your holiday culinary needs.
Vermatzah makes wood-fired matzah made with Vermont-grown wheat, at the Naga Bakehouse in Middletown Springs, Vermont. Now celebrating their tenth year, the company still makes every piece of matzah by hand, in small batches, using locally grown grains.
Manischewitz, one of the best-known and most beloved brands of traditional Jewish foods, brings a number of items to our shelves, including Egg Matzo, Whole Wheat Matzo, Matzo Ball Mix, Matzo Meal, Low Sodium Matzo Ball Mix, and Gluten Free Egg Noodles.
Streits, who have been making matzo for a century, makes a selection of traditional Passover food you’ll find at the Co-op, including Matzo Meal, Matzo Ball and Soup Mix, Gluten Free Matzo Ball mix, Gluten Free Matzo ball, and soup mix, Gluten Free Coconut Macaroons
For your holiday soups, Imagine provides a line of Kosher certified broths and soups.
We also have kosher wine for the Passover holiday. Lanzur wines come to us from Chile, where the grapes are grown sustainably. Every step in the production process is carried out with the utmost sensitivity to the environment. The Merlot has a pleasant freshness and good varietal character, with a bouquet of fruits, displaying plums, berries, and mature strawberries, along with a delicate floral aroma. The Chardonnay stands out for its ripe pineapple aroma with notes of peaches, melon, and soft honey. Elegant and delicate yet full-bodied with soft honey tones along with well-balanced acidity that is sure to please. Both can be found on the cheese counter.