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Basic Nutrition Facts and Ingredients

The following are the ingredients and nutrition facts for our traditional Braided or Pull-Apart Challah. These ingredients and nutrition facts are the base of all products but are not exactly accurate for any Challah part of our flavored collection or specialty Challah.

Ingredients: Unbleached Unbromated Flour (Wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, folic acid), Eggs,  Water, Sugar, Soybean Oil, Yeast, Contains 2% or less of the following: Salt, Citric Acid, Corn Syrup Solids, Guar Gum, Monoglyceride, Enzyme, Ascorbic Acid, Mono-Diglycerides.

Allergens:  Wheat, Egg, Soybean oil, may contain Poppy and or sesame seeds.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 roll/slice (56g)
Serving per container about 10

Amount per serving


Calories 190

Calories from Fat 50


% Daily value

Total Fat 6g


Saturated Fat 1g


Trans Fat 0g


Cholesterol 50mg


Sodium 220mg


Total Carbohydrate 31g


Dietary Fiber 0g


Sugars 7g


Protein 5g




Vitamin A 2%

Vitamin C 0%

Calcium 2%

Iron 10%

 What is Challah
Challah (pronounced hal-la) is traditional Jewish festival bread served on the Sabbath and on several religious holidays. Challah has a golden color, soft texture, and a slightly sweet flavor. Challah is made from white Yoshon flour yeast dough enriched with eggs, oil, and sweetened with a small quantity of sugar. The most characteristic features of the bread's appearance are the braided shape, and the poppy or sesame seeds covering the top. When eating Challah, it is customary to break off small rounded pieces from the braided loaf instead of slicing it. With this in mind, the more modern version of Challah can be found in a rounded version baked in a tin pan. This “Pull-Apart Challah” has gained popularity over the last 2 decades.
Kosher Certification

Challywood is a Kosher Pareve bakery certified by the VAAD Harabonim of Queens as well as the Orthodox Union. We are Pas Yisroel and use Yoshon flour. Here's a short explanation of what kosher is all about.
Kosher: The Hebrew word kosher means fit or proper as it relates to kosher dietary law. Kosher foods are permitted to be eaten, and can be used as ingredients in the production of additional food items. The basic laws of Kashrus (a Hebrew word referring to kosher and its application) are of Biblical origin (Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 17). For thousands of years, Rabbinic scholars have interpreted these laws and applied them to contemporary situations.
Pareve: A food item that is neither meat nor dairy (and can therefore be eaten with either), and was not manufactured on meat or dairy equipment.
Pas Yisroel: Bakery products that were baked by a Jewish hand. This can be fulfilled by having a Rabbi turn on the oven.
Yoshon Flour: In Judaism, Chodosh (new grain) is a concept within the Jewish dietary regulations, based on the biblical requirement not to eat any grain of the new year (that includes products made with the new grain) prior to the annual omer offering on the 16th day of Nisan. Grain products which are no longer affected by this law is referred to as yoshon (old).

Business Hours
The online store is closed every Friday afternoon through Saturday night in observance of Shabbat. No orders will be processed during this time. The online store also closes in observance of Jewish Holidays.

Allergies and Special Diets
Many of our customers have special dietary requirements that are satisfied by items on our menu. If you have specific questions or concerns about any of our products, please contact us before ordering.
Dairy Free: We are a dairy free facility. No product made in our bakery contains any lactose.
Nut Information: We do use walnuts and almonds in some of our products – so anyone with an allergy to nuts in general should not eat products from our bakery. This includes any allergies associated with peanuts.

 Part of the process of placing orders requires a back-order option to be chosen. this is merely a legality on the website as we bake all orders same day, we do not have challah in stock. We will never ship items separately or charge shipping multiple times. You may choose either option with the understanding that your order will be baked and shipped in its entirety.
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