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Oh! Nuts ◊ Passover Gift Baskets - Candy Chocolate & Nuts

Passover Gift Baskets - Candy Chocolate & Nuts

Our Kosher L'Pesach Gourmet Food Includes Passover Chocolate Products, Cakes & Cookies, Kosher L'Pesach Candy, Nuts, Dried Fruits & Passover Gift Baskets. We offer Kosher Parve Products in all our Passover sections since most of the Passover meals are served with meat and fish. Our Passover Baskets are up-to-date designed & we try to make your Passover gifts shopping as easy and convenient as possible.

Check out our blog for delicious Passover recipes!

Passover 'Stock Up Your Tea Room'
Passover 'Stock Up Your Tea Room'

When is Passover 2016? Passover falls on the 15th day of Nissan and according to this year's Gregorian calendar, in the evening of April 22nd. The Passover Seder is celebrated in the evening Friday, April 22nd. Therefore, all orders that have to be shipped in time for Passover, have to arrive no later than Friday, April 22 Following the first two days of Passover, there are four days of Chol HaMoed starting on Monday, April 25 (17 Nissan) through Thursday, April 28 The 2nd half of the Passover Holiday is called Shvi'i Shel Pesach (The 7th day of Passover), it starts in the evening of Thursday, April 28 (21 Nissan) and is the day that the Red Sea was split during the Exodus. It is the last day of Passover in Israel. Jews living outside of Israel (Jewish diaspora), celebrate Passover for 1 additional day, Saturday, April 30th (22 Nissan). It's called Acharon Shel Pesach (The last day of Passover).