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Marzipan Bakery’s Rugelach Arrives Stateside — Rejoice!

If you’ve been to Jerusalem’s Marzipan Bakery and can’t stop dreaming of its chocolaty rugelach, you’re in luck.

The company’s finally started selling its wares in supermarkets stateside. The treats are baked in Israel and shipped frozen.

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Can a U.S. branch of Marzipan be next? If Breads Bakery could do it, why not them?

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward. Check out more of his take on Jewish food here.


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