Manischewitz is the nation’s largest manufacturer of processed kosher food products. They're also the number one baker of matzo or unleavened bread in the entire world. They produce hundreds of other kosher foods too, including baked goods, pastas, soups, gefilte fish, grape juice and borscht.
Under the Manischewitz, Horowitz Margareten, Goodman's and Season names, they sell their products to specialty food distributors in the United States, Canada and throughout the world––although from the homemade quality of our products, you’d think they came right from your Bubbe’s kitchen.
I got the chance to try Manischewitz Organic Matzos. I would have preferred to get the salted version of this matzos if I were to eat it alone, but that’s just because I really enjoy salt. I decided to follow the recipe suggestion on the back of the package, which was a great choice! The tip about warming it in the oven really did make it taste as if it were freshly baked and the seasonings in the recipe made this a perfect snack! I would defiantly buy this product again for myself and for gatherings that need kosher products!
Another Manischewitz product I got to review was Mint Chocolate Macaroons. The first thing that I noticed about the packaging was that there were no sulfites, cholesterol and no trans-fats. Which made me feel like this could be a guilt free snack, then, I saw that for two macaroons there were 110 calories. (which would be fine, if you could really stop at just two.) Each macaroon was very soft and moist (and not in a greasy way, Yay!) To my satisfaction, neither the chocolate nor the mint overpowered the other flavor, which was a worry of mine that was quickly put to rest.
Disclosure: All opinions are my own. I received mentioned products above at no cost for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received. A big thank you to the PR company for providing the giveaway prize.