Everything you need to know about when to order and the kosher status of meat you may already have in your freezer is below. Still have questions? Please be in touch! We look forward to helping you enjoy a delicious Passover holiday.
All of our raw Beef, Veal, Lamb and Poultry are Kosher for Passover year-round with no additional markings on the package.
Ground Chicken, Provisions and Cheese require additional certification. Click here to for specific details on the Kosher for Passover status of all of our products.
Most raw meats do not require a special Passover hechsher.
Our delivery schedule is unchanged leading up to Passover, and during Chol HaMoed. The week before Passover, we will be making deliveries to all of our neighborhoods in the NY/NJ Area on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday.
NY/NJ Area Home Delivery
We deliver on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in the NY Area. The week before Passover, we will be delivering on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to all areas. Orders are due the night before. Delivery Schedule
Pick-ups will be on Wednesday March 21 or Thursday March 22 (Columbus pick-up is March 15). Find your city page for order deadline and pick-up location.
We recommend shipping your Passover order the week of March 19 or earlier. The last possible day to ship an order to arrive before Passover is before 1pm ET on Thursday, March 29 (choose a 1-day shipping method). Note your order will be delivered frozen on Friday, March 30 (Erev Pesach).
Order early for peace of mind, and choose a convenient delivery date.
Defrosting and Cooking
All of our meats are delivered frozen. We recommend that you defrost your meat on a plate in the refrigerator. Allow 24hrs for each 5lbs of meat (ie, a 10lb turkey will need at least two days to defrost). Meat can be defrosted more quickly by submerging it in cold water.
We encourage you to browse our collection of Kosher for Passover recipes, or give us a call for suggestions for seder, chol ha'moed and beyond.
With our delicious Kosher for Passover sausages and deli, you won't even miss the bun!
Tips to Eat Well for ALL 8 Days of Passover
- Beef Bacon (think: Beef Bacon Matzo Brei?)