Kosher for Passover Items at Foodland
It’s always a fun time to build Passover food displays in the stores, as it is a great excuse to eat a can of Manischewitz coconut macaroons…they are the best!
Passover begins in the evening of Friday, April 6, and ends in the evening of Saturday, April 14 this year.
We feature an expanded selection of Kosher for Passover items at the following Foodland locations:
You could even win a trip!
Find the Afikoman in a specially market box of Manischewitz 5 lb Matzos and you could with a trip to Washington DC or a $100 gift card complements of Manischewitz.
Please go to http://www.manischewitz.com/afikoman.html to find out more and get the official rules.
Please let me know if you want anything special and I will do my best to handle your requests.
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