The Jewish Museum Shop offers the world’s finest selection of Jewish ceremonial objects and products representative of contemporary and traditional Jewish art and culture. The Cooper Shop (in the lobby of the Museum) offers an extensive selection of merchandise reflecting the Museum’s current exhibitions and permanent collection, as well as distinctive gifts for men and women, Museum reproductions and adaptations, jewelry, books, music, toys and inspired objects created by artists exclusively for the shops – all relating to Jewish life. Celebrations, (located next door to the Museum in Rand House at 1 East 92nd Street) is devoted exclusively to high-quality, innovative and artist-designed Jewish ceremonial objects for every holiday and occasion. A large selection of ketubot and wedding registry services are also available.
All proceeds from sales of merchandise on our website or in our stores is used to support the mission and programming of the Jewish Museum.
חנות המוזיאון היהודית מציעה את המבחר הטוב ביותר בעולם של נציגי מוצרים וחפצים טקסיים יהודים של אמנות יהודית עכשווית ומסורתית.
חנות מכולת כשרה בברוקלין.
Great variety of kosher foods. Free ground shipping orders over $100.
Aviglatt is just the perfect website for kosher food! It's warm and friendly, but the food selection is also of the best quality, with lots of options to choose between for all family members. I made a pretty big purchase for Rosh Hashana (fish, meat, challah etc..) and it arrived quickly.
Why say old food I think u just jelous or u owe store around there I buy there almost everyday no complain the sweet ppl
It’s pretty much true that not everyone knows where to find the best kosher food from US suppliers. I personally prefer to buy kosher food from an established website such as this one. The Aviglatt store has such a great selection! There are so many products here that it is easy to lose time just looking at all the great foods and interesting alternatives available! we live in an area with a just a few options (to say the least…) for nice kosher products so Aviglatt was a really good solution for us.
I picked up fine kosher meat and cheese for our party in Jersey. I had the rest shipped next day… everything went great. Thx.
I always buy my kosher foods from glatt store. Never had a problem coming in the mail.
It was my first shopping experience at aviglatt.com. I've bought everything I need for my Hanukkah party. And I also used a coupon code and got 25$ off my purchase. The prices are reasonable, and I couldn't see myself buying all these groceries offline, ‘cause the nearest 2 kosher supermarkets in Brooklyn are too crowded this time and going trough traffic jams to other ones before Christmas is a nightmare. They also sent me my delivery free so I benefited twice.
מוצרים מישראל מנה חמה, קטשופ אסם מסטיק מאסט של עילית ועוד.
FoodIsraeli coffee, gourmet deli, pickles, olives, techina, salads, chocolate, snacks, cheeses, baby food, etc.
ניתן להשיג מוצרים מישראל כגון טחינה (ממפעל בנצרת), ממרח תמרים, סילאן, (חברת טעמי הגליל) ועוד.
My name is Robby Lasman and together with my wife and best partner Tzippi, we own G.I.T USA Inc. Our story is a true story of entrepreneurship; after loosing my job in Israel as a marketing consultant because of the deteriorating economy in Israel, I started to sell health and natural foods to stores in Israel. Soon after starting selling, some Israeli manufacturers that I worked with received invitations to participate in fairs in the US to help the Israeli economy. They offered to me the option to go and represent them in those fairs.
After few visits to the US, I decided to relocate to the US with my wife and our 3 lovely daughters so that we can sell the products we had directly to the retailers. We had a small budget when we started and no support or financial backing from any entity. It was me and my wife Tzippi who did all the hard work of introducing new products into the very competitive US food markets.
Our mission is to bring the best selling and most unique, diverse, kosher natural and gourmet foods to the American consumer. We will constantly work very hard to improve our customer service and deal with our customers in an honest, effective and friendly way to the best of our abilities. We strive to grow our business through word of mouth of existing happy customers and search of new customers. Our goal is to continuously bring new up to date reasonable priced new food products to our customers so they can in turn grow their business as well and be happy with us.
Tahini is a traditional Middle Eastern spread made of finely-ground sesame seeds. Similar to Hummus in consistency and color, Tahini is often served together with hummus as a dip for pita or vegetables. In fact, Tahini is alsa a key ingredient in hummus itself, infusing its flavor with a distinct hint of earthy grain.
Al Arz Tahini is made solely of sesame seeds: no preservatives, additives, or food coloring. At the same time, the product has a shelf life of an entire year, no refrigeration required. Rather than buying ready made, refrigerated Tahini, the customer can keep a jar of Al Arz in the pantry, making the desired amount by adding water, lemon juice, and herbs or spices according to the personal taste. Convenient, affordable, individualized, and Kosher by Badatz Ha'eda Ha'haredith Yerushalaim certification, our Tahini is the ideal snack for all lovers of the Middle Eastern flavor.
ניתן להשיג בחנות מוצרים מישראל
It all started in the 50s… Would you believe we started out as a small chain of convenience stores? It’s true. Way back in 1958. We were called Pronto Markets. In ‘67, our founder, the original Trader Joe, changed our name (yes, to Trader Joe’s) and the way we do business.
We made the stores bigger (if you can imagine), decked the walls with cedar planks and donned our crew in cool Hawaiian shirts. Most importantly, we started packaging innovative, hard-to-find, great-tasting foods under the “Trader Joe’s” name. That cut our costs and saved you money. Still does. And that’s important, because “Value” is a concept we take very seriously. And by ‘Value,’ we mean great everyday prices on all of our great products — no sales, no gimmicks, no clubs to join, no special cards to swipe… How do we do it?
We buy direct from suppliers whenever possible, we bargain hard to get the best price, and then pass the savings on to you.
If an item doesn’t pull its weight in our stores, it goes away to gangway for something else.
We buy in volume and contract early to get the best prices.
Most grocers charge their suppliers fees for putting an item on the shelf. This results in higher prices… so we don’t do it.
We keep our costs low — because every penny we save is a penny you save.
It’s not complicated. We just focus on what matters — great food + great prices = Value.
Okay, we skipped over a few milestones, but you can catch them in the Trader Joe’s Timeline. It’s a trip.
FIVE STARS for carrying gluten-free matzah* and for setting aside a box for you when you call in advance…FIVE STARS for convenience (right next door to Atara's, across the street from Canter's, spitting distance from Ball Beauty Supply and Out Of The Closet), FIVE STARS for selling cardamom Turkish coffee, FIVE STARS for feeling like a homey neighborhood joint, if your neighborhood is old-school Angeleno frum.
*Shmura, imported from England, and so expensive it might make you reconsider your definition of mitzvah for a second or two…I'm just saying.
Food in deli is good. Moroccan carrots and moroccan fish are my favorites. Sushi to go was good too.
Produce section is small (you can get fruits and veggies anywhere though).
Aisles can be small so watch out for other customers, especially just before the holidays when this place can get busy.
Good for Passover! They clear the store of anything that can't be eaten during the holiday so you don't have to worry about buying the wrong thing.
They have their own parking lot!
Great place for kosher. If you are buying meat, make sure to talk to Katz — he knows everything about cooking and will share some great ideas if you just ask:) Friendly family-run store.
This place has a great selection of kosher meats, and love that you can order in advance. Wish they sold some basic produce, and wish they were open later. Other than that, it's clean and quick
Great selection of Kosher foods not found in other markets and guys in butcher dept super helpful for those of us who have no clue about cooking meats…
World of Judaica is an Israel based company with a U.S. presence which brings together the old and the new as well as the traditional and the modern Judaica items. Our goal is to provide Judaica items for all of those special days and occasions celebrated throughout the Jewish year. We offer high quality, well-crafted items from Israel. Founded in 2008, World of Judaica is a pioneer in the Judaica industry combining both retail items and education to provide the complete Judaica experience to all customers.
The team and staff at World of Judaica are trained and equipped with knowledge about all the Judaica items we sell. It is our goal to provide an engaging experience when our customers purchase from us and this starts with detailed, thorough and educational product descriptions for every single item as well as gallery descriptions and information about the array of our Israeli suppliers. Any further questions about items, sales and order status are professionally attended to by our Customer Service team who are very happy to assist. Seeing that we are an Israel-based company, our professionals have access to relevant information on all Judaica items and will certainly share anything you want to know.
Made in Israel:
World of Judaica provides a vast selection of products which are carefully crafted by talented and artistic Israeli suppliers, designers and artists. We ensure that all our products are of the highest quality and standard to meet our customers' requirements and tastes. We offer a wide range of designs, patterns and materials so it is easy to get lost in the galleries and find many things that will arrest your eyes. Our hope is that these genuine and authentic pieces of Judaica reach all those that want a little piece of Israel in their homes, no matter where the home may be.
Quality & Care:
We take craftsmanship and care very seriously and as such, inspect each and every piece prior to shipping it to you securely and carefully. We package each item according to its needs and take care to protect fragile items to ensure they get to you quickly and efficiently. Delicate pieces such as jewelry and smaller items are checked, wrapped and placed in suitable packages and boxes and bigger items are securely wrapped too. It is important to us to offer an all-round fun and exciting Judaica experience and so every detail counts from purchasing to packaging and shipping.
Sefer Israel, Inc. was established in 1955. The primary purpose was the distribution of Israeli periodicals and news-papers that were in short supply in the USA at the time. Since then Sefer Israel has evolved into a full-supplier of Hebrew educational material, Israeli Music, Films and other educational needs for schools. Our staff is well-equipped to advise and aid in the area of Hebrew curriculum for your school.
The new and revised My Dictionary in intended both for Hebrew-speaking children who are beginning to study English and for English-speaking children learning Hebrew. Like any bilingual dictionary, the new My Dictionary presents the Hebrew word and its English translation. Each entry is accompanied by a sentence illustrating its use in context. The dictionary contains more than 1,000 entries and some 20 groups of words classified by topic. The dictionary provides for many hours of joint pleasure for parents and children to explore the Hebrew language.
מעדניה, קפה, חנות מכולת.
Eighty Years, and 3 generations later, Zabar's family business is still going strong.
Our father and mother, Louis and Lillian Zabar, started the business
back in 1934, opening a 22-foot-wide shop along NYC’s Broadway at West 80th Street. Louis was a real stickler for quality, roasting his own coffee, and personally visiting smokehouses to sample and inspect the fish – rejecting far more than he accepted.
The principles and practices of our founder and father continue to guide us: Respect the customer. Never, ever stint on quality. Offer fair value. And last but not least, keep searching for the new and wonderful.
Without question, this last point has accounted for some memorable moments. Back in the 1960’s, we introduced New York to Brie, in the ‘70’s we brought them sun-dried tomatoes and gnocchi, and in the ‘80’s, we got so excited about caviar – and wanted everyone to taste it – that our prices set off a so-called “Caviar War”. (Incidentally, we won.)
Over the years, the business kept growing, and today we span practically the entire block front. With our sons, daughters and their cousins, we’re still at it – hand-slicing meltingly delicious smoked fish behind our deli counter…offering tastes of the latest artisanal cheeses…setting out fresh-baked batches of rugelach (it’s our Bubbe’s recipe)…overseeing the roasting of our special coffee blends (we sell 400,000 pounds a year!) Retire? Not on your life – we’re having too much fun!
As Louis taught us, to succeed as a family business, you have to love each other, and love the business – in our case, great food, great service, great prices, great folks. We ask you, what’s not to love?!
Here’s to another 80 years, and then some! Heartfelt thanks for your patronage.
Our Store On Broadway
Zabar's has to be experienced, in person, to truly be understood. You have to see the crowds, hear the banter of our sales help, smell the croissants baking, admire the rich brown hues of our coffee, sample cheese from every corner of the world, enjoy the beauty of hand sliced nova, walk upstairs and see the largest selection of imported copper cookware anywhere… it really is a one of a kind adventure.
The Jewish Museum is open today from 11 am – 5:45 pm.
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Welcome to the Jewish Museum
The Museum maintains a unique collection of nearly 30,000 works of fine art, Judaica, antiquities, folk art, ceremonial objects, and broadcast media which reflect the global Jewish experience over more than 4,000 years. Our distinguished exhibition history reveals a deep and rich exploration of Jewish culture and identity, and includes some of the most seminal shows of the 20th and 21st centuries. Our dynamic education programs – from talks and lectures, to performances, to hands-on art making and more – serve a wide range of audiences, including families, students, educators, and art lovers.
The Jewish Museum, one of the world’s preeminent institutions devoted to exploring art and Jewish culture, from ancient to contemporary, was founded in 1904 in the library of The Jewish Theological Seminary, where it was housed for more than four decades. The Jewish Museum was the first institution of its kind in the United States and is the oldest existing Jewish museum in the world.
Judge Mayer Sulzberger1 donated the first gift of 26 objects of fine and ceremonial art to the library of The Jewish Theological Seminary with the suggestion that a Jewish museum be formed. Subsequent gifts and purchases have helped to form the Museum’s distinguished permanent collection, one of the largest and most important of its kind in the world.
In 1944, Frieda Schiff Warburg2, widow of the prominent businessman and philanthropist Felix Warburg3, who had been a Seminary trustee, donated the family mansion4 at 1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street to the Seminary for use as a museum. Located along New York City's Museum Mile, and designed in the French Gothic chateau-style by architect Charles P.H. Gilbert, the original building was completed in 1908, and has been the home of the Museum since 1947.
A sculpture court was installed alongside the Mansion in 1959, and the Albert A. List Building was added in 1963 to provide additional exhibition and program space. In 1989, a major expansion and renovation project was undertaken; upon completion in June 1993, the expansion doubled the Museum’s gallery space, created new space for educational programs, provided significant improvements in public amenities, and added a two-floor permanent collection exhibition called Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey, which tells the unfolding story of Jewish culture and identity through 800 works of art.
Today, the Jewish Museum presents a diverse schedule of internationally acclaimed temporary exhibitions while maintaining a collection of nearly 30,000 objects reflecting global Jewish identity – paintings, sculpture, works on paper, photographs, ethnographic material, archaeological artifacts, numismatics, ceremonial objects, and broadcast media.
Yoffi’s story is a love story to a magical country filled with goodness – east and west, ancient and young, small yet international – the land of milk and honey where we decided to settle and start a family company.
Yoffi represents traditional and family values, the love to our country and our link to nature, to abundance and to health. In view of these values, we produce high-quality exciting culinary gifts distributed with great love, in Israel and around the world.
Yoffi’s products are based on family recipes passing on from generation to generation, on excellent traditional flavors and on natural, nutritious raw materials, without preservatives, without color or scent additives, and Kosher (parve).
Our partners to the manufacturing process are famers, bee-hivers and family boutique factories, specializing in natural high-quality health products – made in Israel.
To integrate quality, beauty and care for the environment, and create exclusive and impressive culinary gifts, we chose to bring you Yoffi’s products in exclusively designed packages, hermetically sealed, multi-purpose and environmentally friendly.
We carved values of mutual assistance on our flag, and we are therefore proud to integrate societies employing disabled individuals in our packing processes. They do excellent work and provide our doing with great value and significance.
Yoffi’s products are tasty and exciting culinary gifts from Israel, sent to your relatives and friends in Israel and abroad. They are also memorable souvenirs from visiting the holy land. They make sure the experience will stay with you always.
It is important for us to provide you with a unique experience, from the time you purchase the product and until you taste it. Therefore, we provide you with a wide variety of ways to purchase our products, comfortably and effortlessly. We have sales points around Israel, and we sell online, on our website. We will make sure to send the gift to your hotel, to the airport, or to your home – in Israel and abroad.
We invite you to enjoy the variety, the quality and the beauty, and to carry an excellent healthy taste of Israel’s wondrous nature.
The Mayofis family
At Family company Yoffi, we provide you all the best of the land of milk and honey, a wide variety of excellent culinary products from nature – an exciting, perfect gift with wondrous tastes, health and high quality!
Yoffi’s products are served in unique, designed packs, hermetically sealed and multi-purpose. They are made in Israel with love, by carefully chosen Israeli boutique factories, specializing in high-quality natural health products.
We are proud and excited to work in cooperation with societies who employ disabled individuals, as they integrate in the production and packing processes of Yoffi products.
The products are made of natural ingredients, without preservatives and without flavor and scent additives. They are kosher .
עמית מורה דרך פיננסי ואיש כספים וניהול, פרסם מספר ספרים בנושא פיננסים באמזון כולל אחד לילדים.
סיגלית גרפיקאית ואמנית פסיפס, פרסמה מספר ספרים דיגיטליים ומודפסים באמזון המלמדים פסיפס וספר צביעה, אותו עיצבה בעצמה.
יחד הקמנו את "סיפור פשוט" הוצאת ספרים דיגיטלית העוזרת לכל מי שכתב ספר או סיפור לפרסם אותו ולהיות סופר בינלאומי בצורה קלה ופשוטה.