Our Favorites: Kosherfest 2014

Written by Cook Kosher on Wednesday, 12 November 2014. Posted in News Updates

Just like 2012 and 2013 we walked up and down the aisles choosing our favorite new products.
For the first time ever at the kosherfest, we got to taste Cholov Yisrael Dairy soft caramels that are made with real butter and cream. This is what sweet dreams are made from.  
Edible Asian spoons! How cool will your next party be. They come in 4 kosher flavors. Corn Lime, Chocolate, Poppy Seed and Sea Salt. We hear you can top with hours before the party and they will still be crispy and tasty when the guests enjoy them. 
Always been a fan of Mikee’s sesame teriyaki, and chinese rib sauce. Now they deputed a new sauce - Srirachanaise! The perfect blend of spicy Sriracha sauce with Mayonnaise. Your sushi will thank you!
After tasting NoMoo cookies you’re going to want a lot more cookies. They are dairy free, no preservatives, fresh cookies that tastes just like homemade cookies right out of your oven. They won "best new breads and baked goods" New Product Competition at the Kosherfest and after tasting them, we know why!
First Choice is back this year, with Rice Bites. Crispy flat rice crackers that are easy for little fingers to hold and tastes that will have you swiping some from your child’s high chair. 
For those looking for a healthy new sugar substitute then you must taste Coconut Sugar. With a low glycemic index it's ideal if you are looking to diet or lower your insulin levels. 
Bakol is known for it’s natural healthy approach to snacks. For the kosherfest they debuted Kettle Cooked Sweet Potato Chips. They were awesome for snacking and seems like a great addition to salads too!
Move over granola bars, Pistachio Chewy Bites are the next thing. 
A few more items we loved
Lieber’s Dried Pomegranate Seeds and Aufschnitt’s Beef Jerky. Did we mention the beef comes in flavors like Teriyaki, BBQ, Spicy?
Burning Bush hot sauce and Norman's is back with a new item this time Greek Yougurt for Kids. 
Looking forward to see all these items in supermarkets. Until next year.....

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