|High Holiday Schedule|
|We ship meat all over the USA, including Hawaii. Find out more|
|New! Thursday delivery in Manhattan!|
|PHILADELPHIA & SOUTH / CENTRAL NEW JERSEY DELIVERY:|
Every Other Thursday
> Order by 5am EST
the day before
|This comment probably isn't "kosher" but those rib eye steaks are like "buttah"! The hot dogs were amazing too!|
|- Michelle, Hunter|
|Everything arrived in perfect shape! We had one of the deckels for Shabbat dinner. It was terrific!|
Philadelphia and South Jersey Delivery
We offer drop-off delivery every other Thursday in the Philadelphia area. Orders are due at 5am the day before delivery. Please check the tables below for upcoming delivery dates and locations. If you do not live in one of these areas, we can ship your order directly to your door (more info).
Philadelphia / South Jersey customers are welcome to place an order to be shipped if you need to receive your order sooner than the next delivery date.
Please make every possible effort to pick up your order during the specified delivery times. Unclaimed orders cannot be held at pick-up locations overnight, and will be donated.
** Exact address will be in your receipt.
Orders are due by 5am on the day before delivery. We generally deliver every other week on Thursdays.
There will be a $5 fee added to all orders to cover the cost of delivery ($10 to Highland Park/Edison). If you're placing a small order, we recommend sharing with a friend to save on your delivery charge.
Thanks to our community partners
We'd also like to thank the institutions who host our pick up sites. Please note that you should contact us if you have questions about your pick up, not the host institution. Many thanks!
Adath Israel, Merion Station, PA
Congregation Adath Jeshurun, Elkins Park
Congregation Beth El, Voorhees, NJ
Elkins Park Hazon CSA and Congregation Kol Ami
Germantown Jewish Center, Mt. Airy, PA
Kellman Brown Academy, Voorhees, NJ
Mekor Habracha Center City Synagogue, Philadelphia, PA
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park, PA
> Read Rabbi Keven Kleinman's article about Grow and Behold here