Order Matzos for Passover

Recently we have updated our website. The next time, our website will continuously be updated with relevant information. Currently we produce Matzos under the supervision of the Chief Rabbinate in the Netherlands. These Matzos are available through the generally known outlets. A limited assortment of Passover can also be ordered directly through our website. For that, we are working together with WIZO, who only supplies in The Netherlands. Go to the menu button Passover/Order and follow the instructions. Good luck!

Free Matzos for Easter breakfast

For the traditional Easter breakfast, primary schools in Twente soon can collect free Matzos at set times at the ‘Nieuwstraat’ in Enschede. Last year, about 150 primary schools made use of this offer. All schools who made use of this offer in the past will automatically receive further information.

New schools in the region Twente can register through the general e-mail address. Please note complete address, telephone number, contact and number of students. After registering, your school will be automatically taken on our mailing list. We hope many schools will find their way to our Matzos bakery again.

Unfortunately, we cannot supply free Matzos to primary schools outside the region Twente. We do not have enough volunteers for that.

Also available now organic MatzosCrackers

After a successful test, Hollandia Matzes Enschede started with her own line of organic MatzosCrackers, all year long available in natural, whole groats and spelled. Hollandia only processes organic grain of the ‘Commander Mill’ in Mechelen (Limburg), who only uses grains growing in her own province of Limburg.

Spelt is an original grain (wheat), which has been receiving a lot of attention in organic farming again. To grow spelt, fewer fertilizers will be needed. Besides, spelt naturally is more resistant to diseases. Finally, spelt grain has a high gluten content, which is favorable for backing bread. According to gourmets, spelt products therefore taste better.

Mechelenbiologische matzes