Fresh, Kosher Grab N Go items, made by The Pom People, Inc., are now available in the following 7-Eleven locations, including the original set of stores in Long Island we reported on a few months ago:
- 3 in Long Island: Hewlett, Oceanside, West Hempstead
- 6 in Brooklyn
- 1 in Manhattan
- (we expect this number to grow in the near future)
[Scroll Down for a full map of locations]
All freshly prepared Grab N Go items by The Pom People are certified under the Orthodox Union (OU).
Here’s sample list of items being carried in various locations:
- Grilled Salmon Caesar Salad
- Greek Kalamata Salad
- Nicoise Salad
- Harvest Corn Salad
- Taboule Salad
- Fresh Fruit Cup
- Egg Salad Sandwich
- Tuna Fish Sandwich
- Corned Beef Sandwich
- Pastrami Sandwich
- Turkey Breast Sandwich
- Brie, Apple & Onion Sandwich
- Fresh Mozzarella Sandwich
- Garden Tuna Fish Sandwich
- Grilled Garden Vegetable Goat Cheese Sandwich
- Albacore Tuna Fish Wrap
- Egg & Feta Cheese Wrap
- Avocado Wrap
- Breakfast Spinach, Egg White & Feta Cheese Wrap
The 7 11 in Teaneck on Cedar Lane also has kosher meals. There is a 7 11 on Fulton Street in downtown Manhattan that carries some kosher meals but I do not know how reliable thee kashrus is for that one.
Ain’t the “golus” great? Come to Israel and snag kosher food any where/any time.
You know that you’re also in galus, right?
My rabbi told me a few years ago it was easier to find a kosher restaurant in Manhattan than Tel Aviv. That said, wish I was there!
7-11 on John/Pearl downtown started carrying “Kay’s Delights” (OU) from Kay Caterers a few weeks ago. Not as big of a selection as above. They don’t have any special display so they can get mixed in with all of the other packaged sandwiches.
Did not know! I will stop by next time I go to Wall Street shul! (PS-we could use help with the 150pm mincha!)
seems to have been a short term failed experiment – they’ve been gone for a few weeks
The 7-11 on Main Street near Jewel Avenue in Kew Gardens Hills carries a wide selection of kosher sandwiches, including items from one of the kosher markets in the area.
The 7-11 on Queens Boulevard near the 71st Avenue/Continental Avenue subway station has a smaller selection of kosher items.