Last year, shopping for Passover was transformed as we faced the challenges of COVID-19. Many supermarkets quickly pivoted to ecommerce and the percentage of people comfortable shopping for food online skyrocketed. This year, Passover.com is launching for a reimagined Passover shopping experience- an online store that is 100% geared to kosher for Passover shopping.
Normally, getting your Passover food involves schlepping from store to store, looking for all the products on your list—and for those of us who live outside major Jewish population centers, it can be even harder to find everything you need.
Passover 2021 is going to be different.
For the first time, there is going to be an online store exclusively dedicated to the Passover shopping experience. You can order with confidence and ease, without having to check labels or worry that you’ll accidentally get a non-Passover product.
This year in particular, the online store will provide a great service for people who are trying to avoid extra trips to the grocery store for the sake of COVID-safety.
So this year, from cooking and baking supplies to matzo and grape juice, from matzo ball mix to macaroons, you can check off your shopping list well in advance, in one shopping session.
While you plan your menus and shop your list you can also browse the site’s recipe collection recipe collection so you can plan your menu along with your shopping list.
Best of all, for any order over $100, you get a FREE 5-pound box of matzah!
Passover.com also offers a Seder Essentials Kit, where you can order your Seder supplies in ONE click. And don’t miss the “Sweets and Treats” ultimate gift box, sure to delight anyone you want to gift this Passover.
No matter where you live in the US, don’t worry, Passover.com ships nationally. Visit the store today and start shopping!
Make Passover.com your Passover shopping destination this year, and we’ll deliver your Passover groceries right to your door.
Budget friendly? I know this article is for Passover.com. And I get that. It’s ok. BUT … where are the budget-friendly resources? There are MANY options for the NY/northern NJ, Philadelphia, Miami, etc. areas; that’s GREAT — IF you happen to LIVE there. But as you say, lots of us in OTHER parts of the country are shopping online. Where are the off-brand resources, like Lieber’s, Gefen, and Haddar? And why can’t shipping be included for a minimum purchase? I miss living in Philly!