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Does any know a source for delicious bulk hamantaschen?

We need to provide them in large quantities for a synagogue function (or 3) over Purim weekend and can't locate a source that has delicious pre-baked ones in our area (northern New Jersey). Does anyone have a source for frozen unbaked or really delicious premade? Making them from scratch is beyond the scope of what we can do at our temple, much as I would love to be able to do that.
Thanks.

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  1. I don't know if Reisman's qualifies as "delicious," but they do sell hamantashen in bulk.
    http://www.reismansbakery.com/seasona...

    1. i also second them=have used them before

      1. Reisman's hamentaschen are definitely not delicious. I can recognize them without packaging, and we throw them out uneaten.

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        1. re: GilaB

          I'm with Gila on this; they're the worst I've ever tasted. (That said, I do quite like their packaged cinnamon rugalach.)

          1. re: queenscook

            even our dogs reject the Reisman's Hamentaschen.

        2. Saw hamantaschen in the Cistco in Brick yesterday. Can't speak for the quality though.

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          1. re: Jerseygirl111

            The ones at my local Costco were packaged under the Rokeach label. Not sure I would classify them as bulk though. Each individual package was about 2 or 3 pounds. Chag Sameach.

            1. Green's are pretty good. Israel Beigel are even better.

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              1. re: kosherfoodie1226

                Our local Chabad provides Greens to the community, we end up feeding them to our chickens because no one wants to eat them.

              2. Oberlanders in Belleville:

                Oberlander Baking Co.
                555 Cortlandt St.
                Belleville, N.J. 07109
                P: (973) 844-9994
                F: (973) 844-9995
                E: sales@oberlanderbaking.com

                http://www.oberlanderbaking.com/iteml...