Yosi Kitchen recognized by Whole Foods

WINDSOR – Yosi Kitchen was presented with two awards at the annual Whole Foods North Atlantic Supplier Appreciation Luncheon, held recently at the Crane Estate in Ipswich, Mass. The Windsor-based kosher catering outfit was presented with the 2014 Whole Foods Special Recognition Award and the 2014 Prepared Foods Partnership Award.

Established in 2001, Yosi Kitchen serves the New England region, specializing in full-service catering and event planning, as well as providing both kosher packaged and bulk food products to grocers.

In 2008 Yosi Awad and his partner Dafna Cramer launched a line of prepared food especially developed for Whole Foods Market, which initially started at the Whole Foods Market store at Bishop’s Corner in West Hartford. Today Yosi’s products are sold in 38 Whole Foods Market stores throughout New England.

“We are honored to be recognized by Whole Foods Market for our partnership and commitment to fresh, flavorful and authentic Mediterranean products made fresh every day,” said company founder Yosi Awad. “We couldn’t be more proud of our partnership with Whole Foods Market.”

CAP: (l to r) Yosi Kitchen Executive Chef Ian Barstow with Yosi Awad and Dafna Cramer, owners of Yosi Kitchen.

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