Kosher Food Outlets
Hovis bread products now have KLBD Kosher Certification; Kingsmill bread and other breads made by Allied bakeries bearing the symbol of the Sephardi Kashrut Authority (SKA) is kosher; all can be obtained in most supermarkets.
Sainsbury’s at Cameron Toll
has a wide selection of Kosher chilled goods at the end of Aisle 3, a Kosher section of dry goods in the ‘World Foods’ section in Aisle 6 and a limited selection of frozen goods, including chicken drumsticks and schnitzels, at the end of Aisle 18. The chilled goods include a variety of sliced deli meats and pastramis, viennas, worscht, chopped liver etc; fish balls, smoked salmon, cheeses: falafel and various ‘veggie bites’; a variety of humus, salads and dips.
Costco at Straiton
has some kosher products, including smoked salmon, cheesecake, Chicago hot dogs and often felafel and fish balls, two-bite cinnamon rolls and brownies
Waitrose in Morningside has Challah and Sweet & Sour bread from London, plus a small supply of kosher dry goods.
6 Burnfield Road, Giffnock, Glasgow G46 7QB, phone number 0141 638 8947
Deliveries are made every two weeks to the Synagogue, usually on Thursday afternoons. Mark’s Deli is very accommodating in providing meals for travellers.
Glatt Butchers, 61 Bury Old Road, Manchester, M25 8FG
deliver meat to the Synagogue periodically. To order, phone Colin on 0161 773 2020.
For further information on Kashrut matters, please contact the Rabbi .
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