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Purim Gift Baskets (Mishloach Manot)

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Purim (Mishloach) is a special holiday that celebrates the victory of good over evil. It’s the time to be merry and celebrate with friends. What better way to do that than with a delicious Purim gift baskets from Kosherline? Our Purim baskets are filled with an assortment of gourmet kosher treats, such as chocolates, kosher pastries, dried fruits and nuts. Whether you’re looking for a gift for a friend or family member, or you want to spoil yourself, Kosherline has the perfect Purim gift basket for you!

Our Purim gift baskets are prepared in accordance with the stringent dietary laws of Judaism, so all of the ingredients are kosher and 100% kosher certified. We take great care in selecting only the finest kosher items, so your basket will be a true delight for the palate. Browse our selection and find the perfect Purim gift for the person in your life. Whether they’re a foodie or a connoisseur, we have a basket perfect for them. Order your Kosherline Purim gift basket today and enjoy a delicious holiday celebration!

What is Purim?

Purim is a Jewish holiday that celebrates the saving of the Jewish people from Haman, an adviser to the Persian King Ahasuerus, in the ancient times. It is celebrated on the 14th day of the Hebrew month of Adar and usually involves dressing up in costumes, eating special treats, and giving gifts to the poor.

What is Mishloach Manot

Mishloach manot are gifts of food or drink that are sent to family, friends and others on Purim day. The mitzvah of giving mishloach manot derives from the Book of Esther. It is meant to ensure that everyone has enough food for the Purim feast held later in the day, and to increase love and friendship among Jews and their neighbors.

According to the halakha, every Jew over the age of Bar and Bat Mitzvah should send a food gift consisting of two different types of food to at least one recipient. The food items should be ready to eat and require no further preparation. It is preferable that the mishloach manot be delivered through a third party, such as a child or a messenger.

Mishloach manot are not sent to a mourner, but a mourner is obligated to send mishloach manot to others. Mishloach manot can only be fulfilled by giving food, not money or other material items. Mishloach manot must be sent and delivered during the daylight hours of Purim.

Mishloach manot are a fairly prominent feature of Purim. In Israel, it is a common practice to send mishloach manot to Israel Defense Forces soldiers.

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