During Passover (Pesach), Jewish people avoid anything that contains grain that has risen or fermented—including breads, pastas, beers, liquors and more. In order for something to be kosher for Passover (kosher l'pesach), even the minutest amount of the forbidden substance, known as chametz, is a problem. 

Many products that were produced and packaged in a chametz-free environment are labeled as kosher for Passover, meaning that they are OK for Jewish consumption (and ownership) on Passover.

Most major kosher certifying agencies place a “P” next to their seal on such products, indicating that the item is kosher for Passover.


Got questions on kosher? Email info@ChabadTucson.com





A wide selection of Kosher for Passover sacramental kiddush wine from Israel, California, Italy, France, Spain and Australia is sold by Chabad Tucson. Place your order at ChabadTucson.com/wine and it will be ready for pick-up. 


Kosher wine is also available in Tucson at branches of Total Wine & More, Trader Joe's, Albertson's on Glen & Campbell.




Shmurah Matzah from Brooklyn, Israel and Ukraine is sold by Chabad Tucson. To place your order, email info@ChabadTucson.com


Shmurah Matzah is also available at 5th Street Kosher Deli on 5th Street and Rosemont.




5th Street Kosher Deli (5th Street and Rosemont) 

Safeway (Swan and Sunrise)

Frys (Swan and Grant)

Albertsons (Glen and Campbell)

Trader Joe's (Campbell & River)

Trader Joe's (Grant & Swan)

Trader Joe's (Wilmot & Speedway)