Losing a loved one is always a difficult ordeal for the family. Many cultures have their own mourning traditions to grieve their passed loved one. In the Jewish tradition, the family observes a week-long mourning period called Shiva in which they grieve and honor the memory of their lost loved one. If you are wondering what to send during Shiva, a gift basket always makes a thoughtful and practical gift.
During Shiva, the family practices a strict set of guidelines such as not working, cooking, getting one’s haircut or shaving, leaving the house except to attend the Synagogue on Shabbat, and other daily activities. Kosherline carries an assortment of Shiva and sympathy oriented gift baskets that are ideal to provide energy and nourishment during this time as the family cannot cook for themselves. Kosher gift baskets containing nuts, fruits, and pastries are an ideal gift to send during Shiva.
Furthermore, many of Kosherline’s gift baskets contain traditional Jewish comfort foods that remind them of their childhood. Food is especially found to be comforting in the Jewish tradition. If you’ve ever wondered what to send during Shiva, traditional Jewish comfort foods always make a thoughtful and meaningful gift.
If you are searching for what to send during Shiva, Kosherline offers a wonderful array of mourning Shiva and sympathy gift baskets composed of the highest quality Kosher foods. Shiva baskets will typically contain traditional comfort foods such as fine babka cakes and pastries, delectable chocolates, and dried fruit and nuts to provide energy and nourishment for the seven days of Shiva. Shop at https://www.kosherline.com/sympathy-gifts/ to select the perfect basket to send during Shiva.