During Passover, the diet is not limited to herring, gefilte fish and matzoh. In fact, fresh produce and edible fruits are acceptable. In this installment of Edible Fruit, we’re answering rudimentary questions pertaining to fruit and Passover
Are edible fruit bouquets acceptable for Passover?
As long as the fruit does not contain any additives or preservatives, and is 100 percent organic, edible fruit should be acceptable. As an alternative, make your own fruit basket. Buy organic produce.
Are any edible fruit corporations offering any fruit baskets for Passover?
Yes, at Edible Arrangements(R) presents a fruit bouquet, dubbed Star of David Daisy ®. Pineapples arrive carved into the shape of the Star of David. The fruit bouquet alos consists of natural fruits (strawberries, grapes, strawberries, honeydew melon and cantaloupes). Moreover, for those, who plan to attend Passover seder, fruit bouquets are wonderful centerpieces. Also, the containers of these Passover fruit bouquets are keepsakes.
If I order an edible fruit tray for Passover, is there anything I should avoid?
As long as the fruit bouquet is not dipped in any chocolate or any other additives, natural fruit should be acceptable.
Can you provide any other edible fruit ideas for Passover?
Although Harry & David, fruit and confectionery company does not have any baskets designated for Passover, their certified organic Royal Riviera ® pears are produced in accordance with the agricultural standards set by the United States Department of Agriculture.
Where can I buy an affordable edible fruit basket for Passover?
Do-it-yourself edible fruit trays are the most creative and economical tactics for saving money. Remember to choose firm fruit and use a cookie cutter in the shape of the Star of David.