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Matza Shmura Matzos Unleavened Bread - Passover Handmade From Israel

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Original price $40.00
Original price $40.00 - Original price $40.00
Original price $40.00
Current price $19.99
$19.99 - $19.99
Current price $19.99

Handmade

 Fresh For 2021

Supplying Matzah Since 1996

Baked in Israel & Shipped From USA

Highest Level Of Kosher Certified

Matza Shmura Matzos Unleavened Bread - Passover 

1 lb. includes approximately 7 - 8  Matzot in plain box.

All Matzah sold through this website is strictly Kosher for Passover 2021.
Under the Hashgacha of: Rabbi M. Ashkenazi and or OK-P and or 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

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
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Monica Bowdry
Great! Toda Raba!

No complaints

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Barrie M Denmark
Just what I’d hoped for...almost

This matzoh was exactly what I had hoped for except for the fact that it was broken. There was only one piece that was intact. The flavor and authenticity were great though. I ended up using it to make (expensive) matzoh brei.

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Lauren ann walsh
Passover staple

Fast shipping and came unbroken. It’s the best one for our Passover table and a real treat and too give out to our neighbors. Nice packaging too!!!

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Neal Lenarsky
Matzo order

Perfect !!!

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Eric Kaufman
They Delivered before Pesach

I was quarantined at home, but needed matzah for Pesach. I ordered online and selected UPS delivery. To my surprise, someone drove to my house and left a box on my porch. Thank you Mitzvahland!