Latest update: October 17th, 2013
Abeles & Heymann, LLC. The premier manufacture of Glatt Kosher Hotdogs has begun its donation campaign in conjunction with Masbia. Over the next four weeks, Abeles & Heymann will donate $10,000.00 worth of hotdogs to Masbia Soup Kitchen.
Masbia soup kitchen network serves hot dinners five nights a week out of three locations in New York City in addition to distributing once a week take-home grocery packages. Last year Masbia served close to 500,000 meals to hungry men, women and children. Masbia opened its doors in 2005, with the prime objective of offering nourishing nutritious meals with dignity to those in need.
“It is not every day that we are able to offer donated Kosher meat in our take-home grocery packages,” said Alexander Rapaport, Executive Director of Masbia. “Donations of Kosher meat are hard to come by and we are very grateful to Abeles & Heymann for being able to offer meat to our clients over the next few weeks.”
Seth Leavitt, co-owner of Abeles & Heymann, said, “We are proud that, as we enter our 60th year of business, we are able to make a donation to such a worthy cause.”
Founded in 1954 in the Bronx, NY, by Oscar Abeles and his Nephew Leopold Heymann, Abeles & Heymann has been dedicated to producing the most delectable, premium quality gourmet kosher hot dogs and provisions for almost 60 years.
The founding family’s high standards for quality and authenticity, and its mission, to provide the finest kosher deli products, continue to this day.
Abeles & Heymann’s award winning products are available coast to coast, and sold at Costco, Fairway, Shoprite, Stop & Shop, Pathmark and most kosher supermarkets throughout the U.S.Jewish Press News Briefs
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