Passover GIVEAWAY #1: Osem KLP Gift Pack (Two Winners)

Did you know that Passover represents 40% of annual kosher food sales in America? Isn’t that astonishing?! One week out of 52 makes up 40% of all kosher sales?!

Kosher food manufacturers like the Israeli-based Osem aren’t immune to these incredible statistics. That’s why they have so many new and immensely tempting Kosher for Passover products released every year. Sure, some of these goodies fall into that “Can I do without this?” category of money-saving… but some of them … well, let’s just say they are on my Pesach list this year. 😉

If you’d like to sample some of these new products – and a few tried-and-true ones, too – Osem is giving away TWO gift box goodies filled with full-size samples of the following products:

  • OSEM Matzah Freshness Pouch
  • 2 boxes of OSEM Matzah – (1) regular and (1) whole wheat
  • OSEM gluten-free Passover cake
  • Passover BAMBA by OSEM (kitniyot)
  • Bissli by OSEM
  • a few more little suprises, too!

Two lucky Kosher on a Budget readers will win a delicious Osem Passover Gift Pack.

Do you want to be one of them?  You have three ways to enter to win. Be sure to leave separate comments for each way to increase your chances.

(1) Leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite Passover “indulgence”. (Considering that I just bough a CASE of Temptee whipped cream cheese, I’m going to go with Temptee. I can’t help it – it’s sooooo good on matzah!)

(2) Subscribe to Kosher on a Budget – either via the RSS feed or the email updates, then come back and leave a second comment telling me you have done so. If you already subscribe to KOAB, just leave a comment to that effect.

(3)“Like” the Kosher on a Budget Facebook page, then leave a third comment telling me you have done so. If you already “like” KOAB on Facebook, just leave a comment to that effect.

Entries on this giveaway will be closed on Thursday, April 7 at midnight. I will announce the winners on Friday morning so that you can be sure to get your gift pack in time for Passover.

This giveaway is open only to U.S. residents. (Sorry!) Winners will be selected randomly.

Disclosure: I was not compensated for running this giveaway nor for sharing my opinions of the Osem Kosher for Passover product line.


  1. MARSHMALLOWS! It’s the only time of year I allow myself to spend the extra $$$ for kosher Marshmallows. That and tea believe it or not. I can’t find those Wissotzky fruity flavored teas any other time of year and they make great unsweetened (because they are sweet on their own) iced teas. I buy a ton and stock up for the year. 🙂

  2. I like KOAB on FB 🙂

  3. I subscribed to your email updates 🙂

  4. I love this passover toffee I found last year…hmm, gotta find where I put that bag I bought last month for this year’s seder dessert!

  5. chocolate spread

    I just liked you on facebook and subscribed to emails

  6. I like the passover chocolate candy, but no one was selling any this year so I guess thats good for my diet!!

  7. I like you on FB 🙂

  8. I get your emails…..

  9. I love your resources. Also, you just reminded me of things I forgot to order for Passover.

  10. I like you on facebook.

  11. Forgot to say that chocolate covered matza is a treat we all enjoy.

    • I just wanted to add that the chocolate covered matzah was a tradition when my children were growing up. We had a book about a mom going to serve it, but every year a mouse (her children) had eaten it.
      I always left a box for them to see so my “mice” could eat ours too!

      • Matzoh Mouse
        The boxes of goodies for Passover have been sitting behind the big chair for weeks now. And every time Sarah goes near them, it gets harder and harder for her to obey the warning on the sides of the boxes. Finally, the temptation becomes overwhelming.

        On the first night of Passover, after the Seder and stories and songs are done, the family gathers in the living room for dessert. Sarah’s mother brings out the tray full of sweets, but there is no chocolate-covered matzoh, Sarah’s favorite. If anyone suspects who the Matzoh Mouse was, no one says a thing, until the mischievous conclusion of this gentle and lovely story.

  12. I’ve been fan on facebook for a long time. Love all of your hints. Don’t know where I’d be with out you!

  13. I”m subscribed and get your emails. Thank you for all of the work that you put into this. We all appreciate it so much.

  14. Raspberry syrup to mix with seltzer. It’s available all year round, but for some reason we only buy it on pesach.
    I’ve already subscribed to the email list and facebook.

  15. My passover indulgence is chocolate. I buy very little “pesach” food, but I do love Israeli chocolate…oh and marshmallows.

  16. I liked you on facebook.

  17. I don’t see any of my comments that I listed earlier. They’re all gone.
    Does that mean I have to do this all over again?

  18. Wait, now I see them!

  19. Mom in NJ says

    Definitely Almond Kisses. Although they are not as good as when I was a kid, I still buy them.

  20. Mom in NJ says

    Already subscribed to RSS.

  21. My favorite Pesach indulgence is chocolate-covered matzah. Yum!

  22. I subscribe to your blog already. 🙂

  23. Just liked you on Facebook.

  24. I’m an email subscriber, love the daily emails!

  25. I’m already a facebook friend

  26. My passover indulgence is the yellow cake (mix) with frosting =)

  27. Subscribed to email feed

  28. Coconut covered marshmallows