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Rosh Hashanah Gift Baskets

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Lshana Tova - Rosh Hashanah Gift Basket
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Rosh Hashanah Apple & Honey Gift Set
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Abundant Rosh Hashanah Gift Basket
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$229.00
Rosh Hashanah in a Box
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$99.99
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$89.99
Rosh Hashanah Delights
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Rosh Hashanah Apple & Honey Wooden Crate
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$148.99
Chocolate & Nuts Wood Tray
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$89.99
Taste of Home Rugelach Gift Basket
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$63.50
Challah Bread Online - Set of Two
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$35.99
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$29.99
Honey Cake & Rugelach Platter
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$75.99
Rosh Hashanah Gift- Fruit Themed
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$35.99
Rosh Hashanah Candy & Nuts Platter
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Shabbat in a Bag!
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$63.95
Deluxe Dried Fruit & Nut Wood Tray
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$89.99
Classic Bakery & Fruits Gift Basket
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$143.99
Rugelach Gift Tin
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$49.99
Gourmet Nuts Willow Platter
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$79.99
Traditional Honey Cake
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$18.99
Elegant Chocolate & Nut Tray
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$42.99
Babka Duo
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$35.99
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$29.99
Babka Rugelach Platter
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$89.99
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$79.50
Black & White Cookies
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$23.99
Basket of Love
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$118.99
Black and White Cookie Tin
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$49.99

Rosh Hashanah 2023

What a better way to wish a Shana Tova to friends, family & corporate with our Kosher Gifts perfect for the Jewish New year! Our gifts and baskets are filled with sweet and traditional foods. Including apples & honey, Honey cake, and Challah, alongside lasting Holiday essentials such as Honeypots, dishes, and dippers. At Gift Kosher we make gifting easy and enjoyable.

How is Rosh Hashanah Celebrated? 

Rosh Hashanah is both a joyous and reflective holiday. It is very common for those of Jewish faith to consume traditional kosher foods, such and apples and honey and challah bread.

Many Jewish people also practice a custom known as tashlich (“casting off”), in which they throw pieces of bread into a flowing body of water while reciting prayers.

It is also common practice to greet others with a traditional greeting, the Hebrew phrase “L’shana tovah,” which translates to “for a good year.”

When is Rosh Hashanah 2023?

Rosh Hashanah begins the evening of Friday, September 15 and ends at sundown on Sunday, September 17 at sundown.  All Gifts include a personalized Gift Note & beautiful Holiday packaging. 

All items are Kosher. 

Rosh Hashanah gifts begin shipping September 5

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