A place for paper goods (for Sukkot or any time!)


How much do you use disposable tableware? How about around this time of year?

Normally, we don’t use much disposable tableware. With a lot of guests, or over a long yom tov, or when it’s around the chagim (these and Pesach), we use them. We buy the nice plastic ones like the photo above. However to buy them, I have to¬† drive to a store that caters to Jews (great!) but is about an hour away.

Until now, that is!

I found a great place to get your paper/plastic goods for much less. It’s papergoods.com

This site has low prices on the plastic plates we use to mix and match our our meals in the Sukkah, and sometimes regular Shabbats. Low like almost half price low. Especially with three day chagim this year, disposable goods will be so useful! They offer free shipping with orders over $49, and you can get $10 off your first order using this referral code: kwmaht639137hagtvg . (The code is my referral link.) They do recurring shipping, too, so you can set a regular order and get it every 30, 45, 60, 90 or 180 days.

I did have some trouble with this site when I tried to order at first using a code, but I got a prompt e-mail response. Then I called them to clarify, and was given excellent customer service. I placed my order, which then shipped that same day and arrived the next! It is the same brand and quality that I would have bought at the store, but cheaper AND less hassle.

If you are looking for disposable plastic and/or paper products, I recommend them!


About Amital

A die-hard listmaker and observant Jewish mommy of 5, managing the challenges of life bit by bit with the help of a Shalom Bayit book and lists. And chocolate, of course. Lots of chocolate.

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