Only Three Days Left To Place Your Howie and Sally Purim Orders

To get an idea of what goes on in a biscotti manufacturing plant before Purim, all you have to do is get an invitation to the the Lakewood based Howie & Sally Biscotti Co. The Lakewood Scoop went down to the plant today to get an inside look at the Purim preparations (and of course to taste some samples!). We were given a tour of the factory, from the baking, to the decorating and finally to the packaging of hundreds of orders, with various Mishloach Manos packages. The company, under the KCL supervision, which started out a mere 18 months ago by a young Lakewood couple, has quickly grown into a company with over 15 employees. H&S now ships nationwide and has over 60 different flavors of biscottis. Before we left, H&S told us, they will only be accepting purim orders for another 3 days. For orders, call 732-276-6706 or 908-907-4478.

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  1. Howie and Sally?!
    I wouldn’t bring food with such a name into my home no matter what the Hashgacho.
    What is Lakewood coming to?

  2. first of all what are you doing on the internet
    2nd do you take your kids for ritas ices and
    3rd the company has big goyish cleints what should the company be called?

  3. I don’t think goyim are buying ‘bubies yummy cookies’ but the do buy Howie and sally. they happen to be very good. they should be very matzliach.

  4. Ruth,

    Oh, the typical “what-are-you-doing-on-the-internet-anyway” response to any criticism.

    Instead of lashing back, think for a moment about his/her excellent point.

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