Manischewitz Matzos

No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Non GMO Project verified. Kosher for Passover. Quality since 1888. Free inside Maxwell House Passover Haggadah. The brands you know, the Passover you remember. America's No. 1 matzo. Bringing families to the Seder since 1888. For over 120 years Manischewitz has been committed to bringing you wide a variety of great tasting, authentic kosher food for Passover and all year-round. Thanks to you, we have become a leading provider of kosher food and America's number one baker of matzo. Enjoy Manischewitz Non GMO matzo and other delicious Manischewitz products that are available for Passover and all year-round. For great recipes, product information and more, log on to: Follow us: Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Instagram. manischewitzCo. Printed on recycled paperboard. Yoshon flour. Challah is taken. This product is lactose free and vegetarian. The Man Behind the Matzo: Rabbi Dov Behr Manischewitz. Late in 1885, with his young wife Nesha and the first three of their eight children, Rabbi Dov Behr Manischewitz left Lithuania and made the steamship voyage across the Atlantic to settle in Cincinnati, Ohio. By 1888 he was a highly respected shochet for the Jewish Cincinnati community. He began baking Passover Matzo himself in his basement for family and friends and then for the whole community. As demand grew, he set up a factory and united the latest technology of the American industrial revolution with the matzo baking business. He made his own designs for ovens and other machinery. He replaced older coal stoves with gas-fired ovens. The finished product rolled onto conveyor belts and was packaged for shipment worldwide. His baking procedure was even patented. The old-fashioned, uneven rounds, made slowly by hand for centuries were replaced with today's square sheets churned out by machines. The new square shaped matzo Manischewitz developed made them easier to pack in boxes, and eliminated the need to waste the part that got cut off when baking round matzos. This new square shape became a unique signature of the Manischewitz brand at the time. Today The Manischewitz Company sells enough matzo annually, to reach from New York to Israel and back. Man-O-Manischewitz! Product of Israel.