Fress: (frĕs, Yiddish)
1. To eat heartily, with great
1. One-of-a-kind, high-quality,
and delicious kosher foods
brought right to you.
Fress is an exciting new kosher food service. This is the Bay Area – we set the standard for health-conscious food. Every Fress kosher recipe is lovingly prepared with old-world care in our state-of-the-art kosher kitchen, using only the finest ethically-sourced ingredients. Fress is great food that is good for both body and soul.
The Fress food truck will officially launch in 2018, available for catered private events – b’nai mitzvah parties, weddings, you name it! And look for Fress at popular San Francisco events like Outside Lands and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass. Until then, you can get a taste of our gourmet eats through a series of pop-up events in 2017.
How to Fress Right Now
For the first time ever, and in collaboration with the Parent Association of The Brandeis School of San Francisco, Fress is excited to offer our community our finest selection Kosher for Passover treats – and just in time for your seders! On Thursday, April 6, and Friday, April 7, we will be selling delicious Passover sweets on the Brandeis campus.
Chocolate Brownie Cookies (GF, DF): $18 per dozen (pareve)
Macaroons (GF): $14 per dozen (dairy)
Meringues (GF, DF): $14 per dozen (pareve)
Date Truffles (GF, DF, Vegan): $14 per dozen (pareve)
Flourless Chocolate Cake (GF): $38
(dairy – only by advance order)
Matzah Bark: $10 per bag (dairy)
Advance orders receive a 10% discount. (Advance sales end at 5 p.m. on April 2. All other sales will occur at the Brandeis campus pop-up.)
For each item purchased, Fress will make a donation to Brandeis!
The Fress pop-up will be in the Brandeis lobby from 7:45 – 9 a.m. on Thursday and Friday, April 6 and 7. On Thursday afternoon, Fress will also be in the lobby from 2:45 – 3:30 p.m.
You could say the Fress food truck is thousands of years in the making. Generations of families have enjoyed kosher meals. Today, we celebrate that same cultural richness, but our full and fast-paced lives make convenience a must…so Fress brings the feast to you.
The Fress team will keep you up to date about the latest menu items and our locations via social media and FourSquare. When you Fress, you’re a part of our mishpacha (family).
Since (Jewish year) 5777, providing food that is practically priced, organically controlled, lovingly prepared, and delivered to you with a side of haimishness (friendliness).
Fress: Revel. Eat.
Fress foods are prepared in our kitchen at Congregation Beth Sholom (CBS) by professional and seasoned staff. The selection of ingredients and the food preparation are strictly overseen by Rabbi Aubrey Glazer, CBS mashgiach, to ensure all foods meet kosher standards.