Seen outside a Lakewood home

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  1. It’s a tremendous kiddush Hashem whether the driver(s) know the homeowners are Jewish or not. Afterall, we all know about it now, don’t we? In addition I’m pretty sure the drivers know most of their customers. They often need to get signatures for packages, and they see the homes’ occupants coming or going from time to time. Let’s not minimize this beautiful act of kindness and hakoras hatov.

  2. @nat not sure why heimeshe products has anything to do with making a kiddush hashem. This family put out snacks for their delivery man! That is really nice and special!

  3. hamishe products? who cares? most “haimishe products” rely on ou/ok ingredients anyway. The impression that haimish is more kosher is misleading in many cases. I am speaking as a former mashgiach that has dealt with both heimish and non haimish organizations. get a life please.

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