The Future of Kosher Food

Published on by Zomick's Kosher Bakery

According to official analyzes and reports, the global bakery market isn’t slowing down anytime soon, and between 2016 and 2020, it is expected to grow by 6%. The growing popularity of functional baking ingredients, the rising consumption of cakes and pastries, as well as the increasing number of in-store supermarket bakery sections, are some of the largest drivers of this growth.  The numerous health benefits of allergen and gluten-free, unique foods are boosting the global kosher bakery market growth. These baked goods have become especially popular in America and Europe, and Zomick’s kosher bakery is seen as a staple in the New York City kosher baking community.

Zomick’s Kosher Bakery and the Future of Kosher Food

In the past couple of years, consumers have been increasingly turning to bakery products that suit specific dietary needs and preferences, like organic, gluten-free and kosher. While there is a growing health- conscious attitude among consumers, the demand for kosher-certified products has vigorously increased, and turned into one of the newest food trends. Following this trend, America experienced high demand owing to increased spending by consumers in this region on kosher food products. Zomicks kosher bakery only offers fresh-baked goods, and as a result they have a lot of regular customers, some of which have been there from the very beginning of the business.  Going there is like an old-time experience, their staff knows you and has excellent service, and as community residents say traditional Friday night dinner wouldn’t be the same without Zomick’s.

Zomick’s bakery is an establishment which many Jewish households have been frequenting loyally since 1966. From their kosher breads and cakes to their danish and cookies, all of their products are excellent, and apart from their standard baking time, during the Jewish holidays, there is often need to bake all throughout the day as well to keep up with demand. Peak sales periods include the annual Jewish holidays of Yom Kippur, Hanukkah, Passover when flour-based recipes get switched over to include matzo meal, potato starch and other kosher for Passover ingredients instead), and especially Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year (about to be celebrated beginning Oct. 2), when Marcial sells In addition to that, the bakery also caters to weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs and other special events, creating elegant, sophisticated, mouth-watering cakes.

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