It’s time to plan now for Round Challah Bread Orders
Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur are celebrated in late September and early October this year and we’ve got the traditional round Challah bread you need for your customers
The round challah bread has special meaning during the Jewish high holidays, and customers will be looking for this traditional bread. The distinctive shape is said to represent a crown by some while others suggest that it points to the cyclical nature of the year.
The coiled round Challah bread, sometimes referred to as a Turban Challah, is traditionally served during the Jewish high holidays in the Fall. You’ll see these distinctive breads on the table during Rosh Hashanah meals, and when families break their fast after Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement which calls for a full day of fasting.
Our frozen unbaked Round Challah Bread (#747) is a long-time favorite. Our Round Challah Bread with Raisins (#750) adds an additional touch of sweetness with the raisins and is also a popular variation on this traditional bread. These majestic loaves can be baked with an egg wash or decorated with a sprinkling of Poppy Seeds for added variety. Two new round challah breads were recently added to our portfolio. Both our plan and raisin round challah breads (#7747 and #7750) are now available with our clean label Challah recipe.
Start making plans for the upcoming holidays by getting your orders in early and be sure to let your customers know you’ll have their favorite round challah breads available for the high holidays by baking some in advance so they know just where to find these traditional breads for their holiday celebrations.