Shiva is the week-long mourning period in Judaism for close family members. During this time, members of the community and extended family organize meals for the mourners and see to the needs of the visitors. It’s considered a ‘mitzvah’ (good deed) for visitors to bring or send food for the mourners.
If you can’t attend the shiva, let the family know they’re in your thoughts with this wooden crate filled with Apricot and Walnut and Currant Rugelach, Chocolate and Raisin Babka, Chocolate Covered Orange Peels, Zingerman's Peanut Brittle, and Pistachio Halva.
Only the halva is certified Kosher.