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Over the next month we want you to show us what you are eating and who you are eating with every day.


  • Take pictures of your food, your family, and your friends
  • Submit pics below or on Twitter and Instagram with #ShareSabra
  • The more pictures you submit the more chances you have to win!

We will feature our favorite shares and select a winner on April 23rd.


Disclosure: This promotion is part of ongoing partnership with Sabra.

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6 Responses to Share and Win $200

  1. avatar says: Ellie

    Isn’t it great? Sabra is going to be available for Pesach!

  2. avatar says: lurline

    You won’t see any at our local Albertsons nor at our Stater Brothers Markets. The last time I shopped at Staters..the largest goupe of markets in the Inland Empire of So. Cal…when I requested Matzoh crumbs, flour or breadding I was told…”What do we look like?
    We don’t sell Jew Food.” I filed a complaint with their head office and was told they just had a few stores with minimal foods and that no one bought them. Thought that was strange as they have two large stores nearby our residence which has over 1000 Jewish families in and 7000 home development. WE found Vons had some things but we had to really go to Gelson’s Whole foods and Bristol Farms for the Kosher products and meats we needed.
    Jensens Markets in Palm Springs also have a lot of good products. So sad to find discrimination at your local market. We spend $300-500 a week at the store but it isn’t Albertson’s or Stater Brothers.

  3. Contact the company directly for products you want that are not readily available in stores near you. I did that years ago when I wanted a certain brand of Kosher for Passover products. They told me because of tariff laws their trucks were not allowed to drive into Dayton, Ohio, yet their products were available in Cleveland and Cincinnati. So a few families got together and ordered directly from them. Kosher consumers need to pressure retailers to stock the items we need. If they refuse I would consider it a form of anti-Semitism especially when they say they don’t sell “Jew food.” We are our own best advocates.

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