Fairway Market, the grocery store giant known for kosher products like European house-brand olive oil, is making its prepared holiday meals available in many more of its stores this year – all 13 of them.
Prepared under KOF-K supervision, the offerings will include a traditional Rosh Hashanah dinner of beef brisket with wine-braised vegetables, smoked fish and salad platters for the breakfast and a variety of sides, according to a press release accompanying the menu.
Last year, only three Fairway stores – Westbury on Long Island, Paramus in New Jersey and Stamford in Connecticut – carried kosher holiday menus.
Orders must be placed by Aug. 30 for Rosh Hashanah and by Sept. 8 for Yom Kippur and picked up at the store.
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