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NO SHIPPING ON DECEMBER 24, 25, 31 OR JANUARY 1
NY HOME DELIVERY:
- NO THURSDAY DELIVERY ON DEC 25 OR JAN 1
- BROOKLYN DELIVERIES ON DEC 24 AND DEC 31 WILL BE MADE BETWEEN 9AM-5PM
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Passover Information

We here at Grow and Behold are looking forward to helping you create memorable and delicious Passover meals.

We strongly encourage you to place your order early to ensure that we have what you need. We wish you a joyful and delicious holiday!


Order Deadlines

Mail Order/Shipping

We will be shipping on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday from now until Passover -- including the Monday before Passover for last minute orders. We will also ship during Chol Ha Moe'd on Thursday, April 17. Order by 1pm EST Mon-Thursday for same day shipping.

In order to have your order arrive on a Friday, you must select "Friday OK" when you place your order. We do not deliver meat on Saturday or Sundays.

The last possible date to order for shipping before Passover is Monday, April 14.

> Shipping Information and Rates


New York Area Delivery

We will deliver in the NY Area every week until Passover. Our last delivery week before Passover is the week of April 7th. We will add an additional delivery day on Thursday, April 10th, for our Tuesday Route customers (Bergen, Essex, Rockland, Manhattan and Riverdale). If you miss the Tuesday delivery, order by 6am Wednesday, April 9 for delivery on Thursday April 10.

We are NOT delivering during Chol Hamoed in NY, so please make sure you have what you need for the second days. (If you're really in a pickle, we can ship an order to you on April 17. Select FedEx Ground and it will arrive on Friday, April 18).

After Passover, all NY Area deliveries will be on Thursday, April 24th, with orders due the day before, Wednesday April 23 at 6am.

Our regular Tuesday/Wednesday delivery schedule will resume the week of April 28.


Philadelphia and South/Central Jersey Delivery

We deliver to six locations in the Philadelphia area every two weeks. Delivery dates before Passover are as follows. We encourage you to order early!

* Thursday, March 13 (no Mt. Airy delivery)
* Thursday, March 27
* Thursday, April 10

> View all Philadelphia & South/Central Jersey pick up times and locations here


Buying Clubs

We have Buying Clubs set up in the following cities to help you save on shipping for your Passover orders. In general, orders will be delivered the week of April 7th. Click on the individual city for order deadline and pick-up location information:
- Albany, NY
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Alexandria, VA
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Baltimore, MD
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Bay Area (Berkeley, SF, Oakland, Palo Alto)
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Boston (Newton), MA
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Buffalo, NY
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Chicago, IL
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Cleveland, OH
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Columbus, OH
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Denver, CO (week of 4/3)
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Fairfax, VA
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Los Angeles, CA
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Merrick, NY
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Miami, FL
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Midland, TX
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Newburgh, NY
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Seattle, WA
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Washington, DC
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Woodbury, NY


Kosher for Passover Items

All raw beef, lamb, chicken and turkey cuts, except for ground chicken, ground turkey and patties, are always Kosher for Passover, even if there is no specific "Kosher for Passover" marking on the package.

Our
Kosher-for-Passover specialty items, including Shank Bones, Pastrami, Sausages, Hotdogs, broths, and more, will be available in the next few weeks. Find these products here.

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Recipes and Ideas

We invite you to browse our archive of Passover Recipes as you are planing for the holidays, or give us a call to talk through your menu!


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