Enough with the canned food and starvation abroad, enough to smell restaurants with longing and hear your stomach growling.You can also do otherwise! You can walk with a full stomach, tasty and kosher! The app will leave you kosher abroad.
For religious people, in many of the destinations, the culinary experience is not part of the vacation, when the passengers pack a suitcase for clothes and a suitcase for canned food, waffles and hot dishes.
Even if you are at a destination with some kosher restaurants (London, Paris, New York) most often have to travel half a city to eat kosher pasta, making the experience at least light and pleasant.
So just for that invented the KOSHWHERE-app for religious hungry abroad.
The KOSHWHERE app provides you hot and kosher meals almost anywhere in the world.
You can order in advance to choose from the menu, see the Kashrut Certificate, correspond with the supplier and with the application managers.
So who is behind the idea and the performance? David Avital, 33, married + 2, from Raanana (originally from Ashkelon), worked in the Marvell company, worked for Marvell International, and on one of his trips abroad, carrying a bag full of tuna and kosher food, Which will affect the Jewish world and create something innovative for the kosher market that will help millions of kosher travelers. David feels happy, especially when customers call to greet them for help. With a world class customer score, they received a highly respected 8th grade! The agenda: “To turn the world into a place that is friendly to kosher people, so that at any time you can order tasty and fresh kosher food.” So, how does it work?
Simply download the app, choose a destination, see the restaurants / food suppliers in the nearest radius, choose packets and order delivery. The shipping price is calculated automatically based on the distance of the kosher kitchen to the desired destination. Their best selling product is the Shabbat package for a Friday dinner that includes challah, salads, fish dishes, meat dishes and side dishes.