MARCH 27, 2020 (NYC)– The current Global Pandemic has impacted the world in ways that modern civilization has never experienced. Amidst all of the chaos, concerns, and fear the business and social world has been put on “pause” in order to slow the spread of the virus. For many Americans, and New Yorkers, in particular, they have sensibly retreated to their homes, under self or mandated quarantine to wait out the decline of this pandemic. However, certain groups have had no choice but to risk their health and safety in order to perform certain essential functions needed to help their fellow citizens. These groups include the health care workers, the uniformed service people, and the transit workers. We thank them for their sacrifice.
There is another group whose noble efforts can not be ignored. A group whose sacrifice and modesty is worthy of recognition. Those individuals are the men and women of the food supply chain. These brave and self-less individuals have put themselves in harms way in order to make sure that, even during this chaotic time, that the supply of food and beverages to individuals and families does not get interrupted. These extraordinary individuals leave their homes every day and ride mass transportation, expose themselves to the crowded supermarkets, work tirelessly, and do not complain- all for the sake of others.
These heroes include, but are not limited to the Food Manufacturers, the truckers, the delivery workers, the market workers, the cashiers, and so many others that make sure that on top of the current stresses on American families that they don’t need to worry about whether or not there will be food available for them to sustain them until the crisis is over.
At Davidovich Bakery we thank our brave workers and partners for their sacrifice and, during this time of crisis, we appreciate your sacrifice. You are the unsung heroes of the pandemic for certain.
March 19, 2020 (NYC)-We understand that COVID-19 is on everyone’s mind. We are no different. In response to the dramatic conditions facing the world and the challenges of going to the Supermarkets to do food shopping Davidovich Bakery is offering some additional promotions for our customers:
For Senior Citizen Discount– We know that seniors are having difficulty in the crowded stores right now and they are particularly vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus. Therefore, order your bread, bagels, muffins and more online and have them shipped to your door with FREE SHIPPING. Just enter code: SENIOR2020
For HealthCare Workers– We appreciate all you are doing and the amount of stress on healthcare workers at this time. Therefore, we are offering a 50% discount off all items from our online store for home delivery. This includes Davidovich Bagels, Breads, Muffins, Cookies and more. Just Enter Code:HW2020 and submit your Healthcare ID
Local Residents– To ease congestion at the supermarkets order breads, bagels and baked goods from our online store and have them delivered in NY, NJ, & CT with no shipping or delivery charges. Just enter code:NYNJ2020
March 17, 2020 (NYC)– Davidovich Baked Goods Delivered to your front door. At Davidovich we realize these are trying times. To ease the difficulty of facing crowded markets, shelf shortages, and social anxiety Davidovich is offering FREE delivery to New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut for all orders over $20.
Davidovich Can deliver:
Kosher Baked Goods
All of these items, individually packaged, can be frozen for future use. You do not need an account.
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We will all get through these hard times together.
March 10, 2020 (NYC) -TheHistory of Bagels In America author and lecturer, Marc Fintz, joined host and comedian, Joe Pontillo, for a talk about the book, about bagel history, and about NYC History. This 2019 publication is based on a series of lectures hosted by Davidovich Bakery about the history of Artisan baked goods, like Davidovich Bagels. The original lecture was given before a “sold-out” crowd in New York City.
Pontillo’s interview of author and Bagel Historian, Marc Fintz, was filmed last month at the Blue Moon Hotel, on the Lower East Side of NYC as part of Davidovich’s monthly talk show, Bagel Talk. This highly successful show features artisan food makers, historians, and NYC artisans in a format that allows viewers to get more familiar with the rich and wonderful history of NYC, its food, and culture.
This light hearted look at the state of modern bagel making and the relationship between this iconic, cultural food and its people is not to be missed. The History of Bagels in America can be found everywhere books are sold, including Davidovich’s online store.
Bagel Talk is a monthly talk show produced by Davidovich Bakery, the makers of the world most famous bagels.