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Contact: Raphael Rosenzweig
LUBICOM Marketing Consulting
New York, New York—On the first nights of Pesach, the children ask the Mah Nishtana at the Seder table, “What makes this night different from all other nights?” The answer: Pomegranate.
The unique new kosher supermarket POMEGRANATE, which opened its doors in Brooklyn, NY last August with a wide assortment of gourmet and healthy kosher foods, will offer untraditional and hard to find foods for Passover this year. POMEGRANATE offers more than 250 homemade delicacies including fish, rare cuts of meat, salads, sauces, dips and exotic cheeses under the highest standards of kashruth.
“We pride ourselves on offering unique fare, wide selections, and top quality, all at competitive prices,” says Avrohom Banda, the store’s owner and architect of this unique shopping experience. With 20,000 square feet extending almost one block long on Coney Island Ave, the store has the capacity to do so. “Anything you can find at your local kosher grocer you can find here, but not vice versa. We employ culinary trained chefs, our own fish-monger and operate three state-of-the-art kitchens which produce homemade foods that are not manufactured or sold by any other kosher purveyor. We offer dishes never imagined for the Passover holidays.”
“For those looking for something truly different this Pesach, shoppers can choose from among homemade pastas, handmade ice cream and cones, croutons, cheeses in unusual flavors, and prime cuts of beef and chicken, as well as sushi -sans the rice - of course,” says Mayer Gold, General Manager of Pomegranate. “Of course, we have traditional items such as homemade chicken soup, kugel and gefilte fish, as well as traditional foods with unusual flavors and combinations.”
In an effort to help homemakers and housewives make the Pesach transition, the store will remain open an unprecedented four straight days leading up to the chag, which starts the evening of Wednesday, April 8. Also available is POMEGRANATE’s Passover Planner with informative ideas for menus and recipes, and a holiday calendar.
“We know that Passover can be an expensive holiday for many families, especially in these very difficult times. Our prices are competitive on many items and in some cases even lower than at neighboring stores, and we offer weekly specials as well. We are not more expensive than other kosher stores, we just offer something beyond what ordinary kosher stores do, that is what sets us apart,” Mr. Banda added.
Because of POMEGRANATE’s unique offerings, the store attracts buyers from all over the tri-state area, and has become a virtual Sunday destination for many. The store also offers convenient valet parking, extended store hours and home delivery.