The Latest in Kosher Food Delivery

Kosher by drone? That’s probably next. In the meantime, there’s Koshwhere, a new service that delivers kosher packaged meals to travelers who preorder through an app.

Launched by a former IDF soldier, Koshwhere fills orders through a network of more than 400 kosher kitchens — and delivers to more than 200,000 non-kosher hotels and Airbnb apartments in participating cities.

A search of Koshwhere’s offerings for New York City brought up basics like hummus, sabich, falafel and burekas. Koshwhere doesn’t identify its local partners.

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