Streit’s Matzo Documentary: A Recipe for Success on the Lower East Side

Window sign at Streit's matzah factory on the Lower East Side; Photo by ©Liz Rueven, www.kosherlikeme.com.

Window sign at Streit’s matzah factory on the Lower East Side;
Photo by ©Liz Rueven, http://www.kosherlikeme.com.

Streit’s Matzos has been around since the early 1920s and is the last family owned factory of its kind still standing in the United States. Like only a few places still functioning on the Lower East Side, Streit’s represents an important party of Jewish-American history. It’s worth stopping by to see (and taste) for yourself what makes this place so special!

Check out the campaign to make a documentary about Streit’s!

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One thought on “Streit’s Matzo Documentary: A Recipe for Success on the Lower East Side

  1. Michael Green April 28, 2013 at 12:39 pm Reply

    Thank you so much for the post on our film! Shooting continues to go great and now we are on Kickstarter to raise the remaining funds to complete the film. Thanks again for the post and your support!

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