Manischewitz® is back at it again this holiday season, this year launching a brand-new product that will forever change Chanukah for the better. Introducing Manischewitz® Crypto Gelt: the most revolutionary innovation in the field of Chanukah since the introduction of the dreidel itself! It’s 2022, after all… traditional coins are a relic of the past – most often found in between couch cushions, not your bank account. Trade in your traditional chocolate coins for Manischewitz Crypto Gelt – sure to be the smartest (and tastiest!) crypto investment in your portfolio.

Celebrating 130 years of crafting your favorite kosher foods for the holidays and every day, Manischewitz is dropping their most exclusive and out-of-this-world Chanukah product to date: Crypto Gelt– the very first edible chocolate ‘crypto’ coin for the entire family to devour, collect, share, and trade this holiday season. Like the cryptocurrencies that have taken over the digital economy, Manischewitz Crypto Gelt is sure to be the talk of every dreidel game this Chanukah season and beyond.

But fear not – unlike traditional cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin and Ethereum, which are completely digital, usually without physical form– Manischewitz Crypto Gelt is made from the tastiest Milk Chocolate you’ll ever lay your hands on, in packaging that mirrors the most well-known logos of popular cryptocurrency. Wrapped in gold, Manischewitz Crypto Gelt can be easily identified by their resemblance to real gold coins, with a stylized ‘M’ (for Manischewitz, of course!) with vertical strokes from the dollar sign incorporated above and below to exude a visual nod to the dollar sign. The Crypto Gelt is sold in a package of 36 bags with an estimated SRP of $9.99-$12.99.  It is also sold in individual bags with 4 coins per bag at SRP of $2.00 to $3.00 per bag.

Manischewitz Crypto Gelt can be found in leading supermarket and retail chains nationwide, including ACME, Shaw’s, Shop Rite, and Stop & Shop, among others, and online outlets including Amazon.

To purchase on Amazon, visit the Manischewitz Amazon store, or follow this link: https://a.co/d/aPj1AnF.

About Manischewitz

The Manischewitz Company has been making traditional Jewish foods since Rabbi Dov Behr Manischewitz first opened a small matzo bakery in Cincinnati, OH in the late 1800s. For more than 130 years, the company’s goal has been to provide quality kosher products that bring families together and celebrate the traditions of Jewish heritage. Today, Manischewitz sells hundreds of delicious products to communities across the globe. We continue to provide foods made from simple ingredients that help create family memories in the kitchen. Today, Manischewitz is part of the Kayco family of brands, offering one of the largest assortments of kosher foods and beverages. For more information, visit https://manischewitz.com/.

To learn more about Manischewitz, visit: manischewitz.com/our-story/.

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The Manischewitz Company has been making traditional Jewish foods since Rabbi Dov Behr Manischewitz first opened a small matzo bakery in Cincinnati, OH in the late 1800s. For more than 130 years, the company’s goal has been to provide quality kosher products that bring families together and celebrate the traditions of Jewish heritage. Today, Manischewitz sells hundreds of delicious products to communities across the globe. We continue to provide foods made from simple ingredients that help create family memories in the kitchen. Today, Manischewitz is part of the Kayco family of brands, offering one of the largest assortments of kosher foods and beverages. For more information, visit https://manischewitz.com/.
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