Abeles & Heymann, LLC, the premier producer of kosher deli meats, is now available at BJ’s Wholesale Clubs at most North and Southeast store locations.
Abeles & Heymann’s superior quality corned beef, salami and pastrami are among the SKU’s being offered at more than 40 BJ’s stores. They include 16 oz. packages of sliced corned beef and sliced pastrami as well as a twin pack (2 x 14 oz.) of beef salami.
“We are delighted to become part of the BJ’s Wholesale Club family. I believe once their customers taste our products, they will come back for more. Abeles & Heymann offers first cut meats, cured to perfection that are tender and flavorful, vacuum sealed to guarantee freshness. We look forward to bringing additional products to BJ’s in the future, as well as our new packaging design, currently in the works,” says Seth Leavitt, CEO, Abeles & Heymann.
New Jersey-based Abeles & Heymann is known for its plump and juicy hot dogs, rated ‘top dog’ among all kosher franks by leading newspaper food critics. Additional premium products include: pastrami, corned beef, salami, bologna, and old world classics – beef fry, kishka, and cervelat, as well as no-nitrate added, reduced fat and low sodium hot dogs, knockwurst, and cocktail franks. They are certified glatt kosher by the Orthodox Union (OU).
Headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts, BJ's Wholesale Club, Inc. is a leading operator of warehouse clubs in the eastern United States. The Company operates 199 clubs and 112 gas stations in 15 eastern states and carries more than 7,000 items.
History of Abeles & Heymann
Abeles & Heymann was founded in 1954 by Oscar Abeles and his Nephew Leopold Heymann. The company initially operated out of a small storefront in Washington Heights, NYC and later expanded to larger headquarters in the Bronx.
Since it first opened, Abeles & Heymann has been dedicated to producing the most delectable, premium quality, gourmet kosher hot dogs and kosher deli provisions. The same holds true today. Consumers can find Abeles & Heymann (www.abeles-heymann.com) at supermarkets and kosher food stores nationwide, as well as select wholesale food clubs.