Popular holiday foods still in stock, suppliers sayFamilies are celebrating Passover and Easter virtually to practice social-distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. While it’s different, holiday food suppliers are promising not all traditions will be lost.Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.PHILADELPHIA — This week, many Christians will celebrate Easter and people in the Jewish faith will observe Passover, but both holidays look different this year, with many families celebrating virtually to practice social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic. But holiday food suppliers are promising not all traditions will be lost.“There’s no shortage of matzah in the market,” said Ilan Ron, president of Kayco Kosher & Beyond.And, “All of our wonderful varieties of Peeps and flavors and colors that American consumers know and love are available,” said David Yale, president and CEO of Just Born Quality Confections. Peeps and matzah are two of the most popular foods during the April holidays. For people of the Jewish faith, matzah plays a major role during Passover seders.“Matzah is a staple for the holiday. There’s no seder without matzah,” Ron said. For people of the Jewish faith, matzah plays a major role during Passover seder dinners. For


Continue To Full Article