NOTICE! There has been a packaging change by the baker of these matzos. A case now contains 12 boxes instead of 24.
Unleavened bread traditionally eaten by Jews during the week-long Passover holiday, when eating chametz—bread and other food made with leavened grain—is forbidden according to Jewish religious law.
Matzah is mentioned in the Old Testament several times in relation to The Exodus from Egypt:
That night, they are to eat the meat, roasted in the fire; they are to eat it with matzah and maror.
From the evening of the fourteenth day of the first month until the evening of the twenty-first day, you are to eat matzah.
You are not to eat any chametz with it; for seven days you are to eat with it matzah, the bread of affliction; for you came out of the land of Egypt in haste. Thus you will remember the day you left the land of Egypt as long as you live.
For six days you are to eat matzah; on the seventh day there is to be a festive assembly for Ha Shem your God; do not do any kind of work.
This was the bread that Jesus used when He instituted the Lord's Supper.
Ingredients: flour, water, canola oil and malt
Type: Jewish matzos
Wafer Size: 6 1/4" x 6 1/2" wafers
Box Contents: 11 one ounce wafers
Box Weight: 14 ounces
Box Size: 8" x 9" x 2.5"
Case Quantity: 12 boxes
How to Keep: Freezing works well
Baked by: Aron Streit, Orangeburg NY