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Handmade Round Shmura Matzos From Israel - Freshly Baked for Passover 2024

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Original price $45.00
Original price $45.00 - Original price $45.00
Original price $45.00
Current price $29.95
$29.95 - $29.95
Current price $29.95

Fresh For Passover 2024

Handmade Shmura Matzos

 Baked In Israel and Shipped From USA

Certified with the highest level of kosher standards.

Supplying Shmurah Matzah Since 1996

Matza Shmura Matzos Unleavened Bread - Passover 

1 LB. includes approximately  7 - 8  Matzot in a box.

All Matzah sold through this website is strictly Kosher for Passover 2024
Under the Hashgacha of:  OU - P 

Matzahs are whole when packaged by the matzah bakery. We strive to handle and package your Matzoh so that you can receive it in perfect condition. We are UNABLE to open the actual Matzah box to provide extra padding as that will null the Kashrut status of the Matzah. Unfortunately, we cannot take responsibility for the handling of packages as soon as they leave our warehouse. Please check your matzahs well before erev Passover to insure you have enough whole matzahs for the seders. Unfortunately we can not guarantee that any of the matzahs will be whole.

 Certified Kosher for Passover

  • Delicious & Crunchy
  • From Israel
  • Handmade

Special Discount on Shmurah Matzah WHOLSALE Pricing  call 877-505-7700

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
Nicholas Bykowetz
Well done product, and welcome to our home!

As enjoyable as matzah could be without our adversaries on our tails hunting us in this generation as in every generation before this one! Come, Meshiach!

Austin Corley
Every piece broken

Every single piece was broken. We can’t use these for our Seder. Completely unacceptable.

Laura Philips

Delicious! Arrived right on time for our Sedar! Will definitely order from them again

Jonathan Akers

I ordered two boxes of matzah and they came completely crushed and broken.
I would like a complete refund.

Bruce Parker
Shmura Matzo

Worst shmura matzo I have ever had. By itself, it’s almost inedible. It’s barely tolerable as fried matzo (with egg) or matzo brei.