Passover begins April 8!
Special Passover offer for our customers

10% off any Passover College Care Package or Gift Basket ordered on or before March 24, 2009*

Orders will be accepted through March 31, 2009.
We will be closed from April 2-April 19 2009.
We wish you all a zissen Pesach!

Kosher for Passover Gift Baskets in 2 sizes
Passover by Design cookbook by Susie Fishbein is included in our Large Gift Basket along with an eclectic and delicious assortment of Kosher for Passover treats. Imported Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar, Tea, Honey, Israeli Fruit Preserves, Goumet Chocolates and more….

A smaller version is available for $81.00.
The smaller version without the cookbook is $55.00

Passover College Care Package
Our Passover Package will provide your child with a wide variety of food while spending the holiday away from home. We’ve included 3 microwave meals, 2 cans of tuna, mayo, potato pancake mix, applesauce, Israeli Fruit Preserves, Potato Chips, Pudding Mix, Loaf Cake, Tea, Honey, Travel Coffee Mug, Israeli Pickles, and of course, 2 boxes of Matzah!

Passover College Care Package

Everthing that is included in the small package PLUS 2 more microwave meals, 2 more cans of tuna, chocolate spread,Chicken Broth, Imported Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar, and an assortment of sweets.

To order Passover Gifts in Israel, please call our customer care team Toll free at 877.KCP.0500 (527.0500)

$1.00 of every purchase is donated to a charity that provides kosher meals to the hungry.

*This offer applies to baskets and packages shipped within the US only, and is exclusive of tax and shipping. All packages and baskets will be shipped by April 1. We will be closed from April 2 until April 19.
Quantities are limited. Substitution of items of equal or greater value will be made if necessary.

Save Please use coupon code pesach09 when ordering online.
10% As always, our customer care team is here to assist you with custom orders. Call us toll free 877.KCP.0500 (527.0500)

Offer Expires: March 24, 2009

Posted on March 20, 2009 at 12:04 am by Rabbi Jeffrey Rappoport · Permalink
In: Passover, Uncategorized

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