BREAKING: First-Ever Stand Alone Kosher Market Opening at Newark Airport (EWR)

CIBO's market at JFK
CIBO’s market at JFK
The Kosher Market’ was announced today by CIBO Express Gourmet Markets as the first-of-its-kind kosher market in Newark Airport (EWR) located in Terminal C3 near Gate 139. It is currently open. 

The market will feature over 60 freshly prepared Grab & Go items, made by Fresko, CIBO’s Kosher foods partner. The freshly prepared items, including sandwiches, salads, wraps, dips, snacks and more, will be delivered daily to Terminal C.

[To find other locations with kosher food at EWR or JFK or LGA, click here]

The Kosher Market will also include unique kosher snacks and candies, including red velvet cookies, chocolate and cinnamon rugelach, as well as non-dairy brownies and blondies. The Kosher Market will also provide kosher products from Coca-Cola and KIND Snacks as well as other national brands.

All Fresko products are certified kosher by the Star-K and all dairy products are certified cholov yisroel and all breads are pas yisroel.

Note: It should go without saying that only passengers with tickets to flights leaving from Terminal C will be able to access The Kosher Market.



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Dani Klein

Dani Klein is the founder of YeahThatsKosher, is passionate about global travel, good kosher food / restaurants, social media & the web, technology, digital marketing, and spending time with his friends & family.

Dani has an MBA in Marketing and works in the Social Media Marketing field for a large media agency.

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  • Great News! While Newark is definitely NOT my favorite NYC airport – this does sweeten things very much for stop-overs there. It’ll be great for grabbing a bite before flying to TLV – which leaves from Terminal C.
    As well since EWR is such a big hub for international carriers almost anyone besides New Yorkers will benefit immensely. For people across the bridge – it’s no big deal though.

  • Josh Bennett

    When is this going to open?

  • GabeM69

    All the big fatties will celebrate.

    • Eitan Levy

      Yeah, and people who need food to live also.

      • GabeM69

        They’re starving? LOL. not in my shul in the Kiddush room.

    • They have plenty of healthy options for everyone not celebrating I guess?

  • tooth fairy

    the stand is quite disappointing. It has the same sandwiches with added pastries, parfait and kedem grape juice. The salads are the same fleishig salads – it is all just concentrated in one location

    • This isn’t claiming to be a restaurant.

      • tooth fairy

        I have used the CIBO sandwiches for years…this is nothing different than what we have had in the past accept for maybe parfaits and pastries…This has been in the airport for years. Maybe not Kedem Grape juice –

        • It is more choice and variation though.

  • Gabriel Nachman Kretzmer Seed

    There is a post-security shuttle between terminals A and C so presumably someone with a flight in Terminal A could go there and back.

    • Good to know! Thanks for sharing!

      • Gabriel Nachman Kretzmer Seed

        Thanks for everything you do!

  • Eli Langer

    Where’s the WhatsApp share button on your blog posts? ;-)

    • Well that’s a first request! I’ll see if I can add it easily. Thanks for the suggestion. Until then, copy and paste the link?

      • Eli Langer

        Did that. :) thanks!

  • Jodi S.

    It’s so disappointing that the comments are so negative here! Why is it that when something cool happens for the Jewish people, we sh*t all over it instead of being excited and supportive!! This is awesome, and hopefully catches on at other big airports. Great move, Fresko! THANK YOU!

  • MiMedinat_HaYam

    there was a kosher stand there a few years ago with freshly prepared food. never had a chance to visit.

    I looked into opening something there a few years ago (on behalf of a client), and was very much discouraged by the exclusive concessionaire. from a business perspective, they don’t want no name stores there (everything is a franchise or name brand) and dont want something closed on Friday (and Shabbat.)

    this is the equivalent of a gas station selling prepared sandwiches. not too exciting.


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