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Rosh Hashanah Gift Baskets

Rosh Hashanah Gift to Jerusalem, Israel

Wish a happy and prosperous Jewish New Year to your special someone this Rosh Hashanah with a sweet gift basket to Israel meant to indulge. A classic kosher selection of sweets, honey, apples and other symbolic treats is perfect as a personal, family or business gift. Both grown-ups and kids are going to enjoy the sweetness of your delicious surprise.

Say “Shana Tova!” to important people in your life with a perfect Rosh Hashanah gift and may the joyful sound of the shofar welcome in a New Year of health and happiness!

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Rosh Hashanah Gift Baskets Ideas

Starting at sunset on September 4, 2013, is one of the holiest days of the year in the Hebrew calendar, Rosh Hashanah or Jewish New Year. The holiday commemorates the creation of a man and is considered to be the time for visiting synagogues and reflecting on the mistakes made in the past year and planning for self improvement in the following one.

Similar to the rest of the world Jewish New Year is celebrated with a big pomp. The festivities last for two days and are accompanied by various traditions including blowing a shofar (a horn used for Jewish religious purposes) and eating symbolic foods such as apples dipped in honey and other.

Sweets for Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is a time of sweet celebration, and the foods eaten during the holiday reflect that. Eating sweets during Jewish New Year is a part of the tradition and it represents sweet promises, hopes and opportunities in the upcoming year.

The main symbol of hopes for a sweet New Year in Jewish culture is apples dipped in honey. Another traditional treat is sweet bread called challah. The round shape of challah symbolizes the never-ending cycle of life and is usually eaten with honey symbolic of happy life and success.

If you’re sending a gift for Rosh Hashanah to your relatives, friends, loved ones or business colleagues, make sure it includes these symbols of Jewish New Year which will bring your dear recipients fortune and luck.

Fruit for Rosh Hashanah

Fruit are sweet, delicious, healthy and very appropriate at a festive Rosh Hashanah table. The ritual of eating fruit during the holiday reminds people to appreciate the fruits of the earth and being alive to enjoy them. Along with apples dipped in honey people traditionally eat pomegranates on the second night of Rosh Hashanah. A pomegranate is often used as a “new fruit” – meaning, a fruit not yet eaten this season. Its abundant seeds symbolize fertility, hopes for good deeds and merits in the upcoming year.

When searching for a fruit basket for Jewish New Year choose hampers which contain traditional symbolic fruit as well as all time favorites like dates, figs, nuts, dried and fresh fruit. Consider the number of recipients and choose the size of the basket accordingly. Make sure everyone has a chance to enjoy your delicious token!

Kosher Gifts for Rosh Hashanah

Jewish holidays often center around food and Rosh Hashanah is no exception. Jewish New Year is traditionally celebrated in a big company of relatives and friends who share the festive meal together.

There can never be too much food at a festive table that’s why giving gourmet gifts for Rosh Hashanah is a great idea. But since many Jews stick to number of strict eating regulations, you should consider giving Kosher basket which will suit any taste and diet. Chocolate, cookies, baked goods, cured seafood, wine, we can ensure that your recipients will enjoy each and every product because our Kosher Rosh Hashanah gifts baskets are designed to reflect holiday traditions and satisfy any cravings.

Wish L’Shana Tova – Happy Sweet New Year – to your family, friends, or business associates in Israel, US, or other country worldwide. Treat your recipients to any of our Rosh Hashanah gift baskets that will convey your warmest, sweetest New Year wishes and bring happy smiles of appreciation and gratitude on their faces.

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Send Rosh Hashanah Gifts Overseas!

On September 28, 2011, at sunset, the Jewish population of the world will celebrate Rosh Hashanah. This holiday starts the New Year, the Jewish Year 5772, in the Hebrew calendar, and commemorates the creation of man.

As it should be in the beginning of the New Year, this holiday is a big celebration. Traditional foods eaten on that day include apples and honey – which symbolizes a sweet New Year. Follow the tradition, and send your friends, family members or corporate partners our  Gift Basket Rosh Hashanah Tradition. Filled with apples and a jar of gourmet honey, this beautiful gift basket will bring joy, delight and the sweetest New Year wishes to any recipient. And there are enough apples to be enjoyed by the whole family.

A perfect gift for your business associates or customers would be Kosher Delights Deluxe Gift Basket. It includes a wide variety of delicious kosher treats, like gourmet dipping pretzels, key lime white chocolate cookies, buttered peanut crunch and more. A great way to wish prosperity and success, as this basket includes so many goodies, it is truly overflowing. This basket can also be a symbolic way to hope that the New Year will be as full of good deeds and great achievements as this basket is full of treats.

Celebrate the holiday and send Rosh Hashanah gifts to your friends and family overseas. Even if you can’t be with them, they will think about you as they receive their gift basket and enjoy all its contents.

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