i Purim Shipping Schedule 2018 show/hide holiday notice

To have your baskets delivered guaranteed by Purim, please be sure to order before the following cut-off dates:

TRANSIT TIME LAST DAY TO ORDER

6 Day Shipping - Monday, Feb 19, 3:00pm ET

5 Day Shipping - Tuesday, Feb 20, 3:00pm ET

4 Day Shipping - Wednesday , Feb 21, 11:00am ET

3 Day Shipping - Thursday , Feb 22, 3:00pm ET

2 Day Shipping - Monday, Feb 26, 3:00pm ET

1 Day Shipping - Tuesday, Feb 27, 3:00pm ET

Items shipping via USPS take approx. 3-5 business days. (regardless of location)

Delivery in Israel: Thursday Feb 22nd  4:00pm ET

For delivery on Purim to local zip codes in New York add Oh! Nuts On Purim Delivery to your cart.
Here is a list of the zip codes we currently cover: 10901, 10952, 10977, 11096, 11203, 11209, 11210, 11212, 11218, 11218, 11219, 11223, 11225, 11226, 11229, 11230, 11232, 11252, 11516, 11557, 11559, 11581, 11598.

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Passover Strawberry Lollipops - 12 OZ Bag

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Strawberry flavored hard candy on a stick

Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Menachem Meir Weismandel of Nitra Monsey
Kosher for Passover
Strawberry flavored hard candy on a stick. Individually wrapped with a strawberry printed wrapper. Kosher for Passover.

Approximately 30 lollipops per bag.
Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Menachem Meir Weismandel of Nitra Monsey Certified Kosher under the strict supervision of Rabbi Menachem Meir Weismandel of Nitra Monsey
  Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
based on 2 reviews
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Zaidy can we have a lolly?
by Houston Bubby from on 5/6/2016
Needs no explanation.
 
Great Kosher for Passover Lollipops!
by Working with College Students from Philadelphia, PA on 4/26/2011
I was using these for mass distribution on a college campus, and I loved the packaging! However, they were not individually marked kosher for Passover, so some students would not take them.