New Fun to Eat Fruit Rosh Hashanah Designer Apples

Rosh Hashanah gatherings just got sweeter with new Fun to Eat Fruit apples featuring Jewish holiday symbols. Rosh Hashanah Apples by Fun to Eat Fruit. Order www.funtoeatfruit.comThese designer apples by Fun to Eat Fruit are perfect for the holiday meal, decor, or to bring as a hostess gift. The holiday begins at sundown on Sunday, October 2.

Fun to Eat Fruit Judaic Designer Apples

The tradition of eating apples and honey on Rosh Hashanah inspired David Salzman, owner and creator of Fun to Eat Fruit, to design apples for the Jewish community to enjoy during their New Year celebration.

The Fun to Eat Fruit Company puts a logo or message on healthy, fresh apples and other hard-surfaced fruit; the white imprint is completely edible (like what’s on M & Ms®). Customers may mix and match these four fabulous Rosh Hashanah designs:4 Styles of Fun to Eat Fruit Apples for the Jewish New Year

  • Star of David (A)
  • Judaic Montage (B)
  • 5777 Shana Tova! (C)
  • Sweet & Happy New Year Bee (D)

Ordering Fun to Eat Fruit Apples for Rosh Hashanah

“We select the freshest, tastiest, U.S.-grown apples available such as red delicious, macintosh, fuji and gala,” says Salzman. Fun to Eat Fruit apples are shipped washed, stamped and ready-to-eat. The minimum order is one dozen apples; the cost per 12 apples is $18.00, plus shipping. Orders must be placed and paid for by midnight, September 18, to ensure delivery during the week of September 26.

Fun to Eat Fruit Fights Hunger through MAZON

Salzman will donate a portion of the profits of every Rosh Hashanah apple order to MAZON, a national nonprofit working to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the U.S. and Israel.

The Tradition of Apples and Honey for the Jewish Near Year

Many say the custom of having something sweet, like apples dipped in honey, during Rosh Hashanah reflects the idea that what you eat at the start of the new year determines what the year will hold. Apples are an ancient symbol of fertility and abundance. Honey has health benefits.

Start a new Rosh Hashanah tradition with Fun to Eat Fruit. Get a quote today!

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