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Kosher Grocery stores in Sydney

Kosher Grocery Stores in Sydney

Whilst kosher food may seem quite an obscure food category you might be surprised at just how much kosher food is now available in supermarkets around the country. 

Here is a list of supermarkets in Australia that sell kosher food and you don’t need to be in the Jewish populated suburbs of eastern Sydney to find them.

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Coles Supermarkets – Coles Supermarkets is an Australian retail chain. It was founded by G.J. Coles in 1914. The first Coles store was opened in Collingwood, Victoria, Australia. Over the years, Coles has grown and expanded to become one of the largest supermarket chains in Australia, with stores located throughout the country.

Some examples of the kosher food they sell that is available in all national stores are

  • Yumis Hummus and dips
  • Bagels
  • Salmon
  • Pana Ice Cream
  • Teas and Coffees
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Woolworths Supermarkets, commonly known as Woolworths or Woolies, is another major retail chain in Australia. It was established in 1924 by Percy Christmas and has since become one of the largest supermarket chains in the country.

The first Woolworths store was opened in Sydney, Australia, on September 5, 1924. It introduced the concept of self-service shopping to Australia, revolutionizing the retail industry in the country. Woolworths has since expanded its operations and currently operates hundreds of stores across Australia, offering a wide range of groceries, household items, including kosher

  • Carrot, Sultana, Walnut Slice 5pk

  • Carmens Health Bars
  • Corn Thins

  • Olive Oils

Woolworths sells kosher
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Harris Farm Market Kosher food

Harris Farm Markets is a family-owned Australian grocery store chain. It was established in 1971 by David Harris and his brothers. The first Harris Farm Market store was opened in Villawood, New South Wales, Australia. Since its inception, Harris Farm Markets has grown to become a prominent player in the Australian grocery industry, known for its focus on fresh produce, local sourcing, and sustainable practices.

It operates numerous stores across New South Wales and Queensland, offering a range of groceries, fruits, vegetables, and specialty items including kosher food. Some examples

  • Trentham Tucker Crispbread
  • Brookfarm – Muesli and Nuts
  • Organic Olives
  • Kefir Milk
Harris Farm Market KA Logos

The Kashrut Authority have the KA symbol printed under kosher certified product at Harris Farm Market to make it easy to identify. See example of Kosher Almonds.


So whilst the KA logo is not on the packaging itself it has been checked by the Kashrut Authority and is certified Kosher.

Kashrut Authority of Australia



IGA (Independent Grocers of Australia) is a supermarket brand in Australia that operates independently owned and operated stores. The history of IGA in Australia dates back to the early 1980s.

Over the years, IGA has expanded its presence across Australia and has become a well-known supermarket brand. It offers a range of grocery products, fresh produce, meat, dairy, and household items including kosher items

  • Hummus
  • Carmens range
  • Zokoko Chocolate
  • Ice cream
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Krinsky’s Supermarket

173-175 Bondi Rd, Bondi, Sydney – see map for exact location.

Phone: 02 93869021


Krinskys is located in the Jewish populated suburb of Bondi and has been around for more than 25 years. The whole supermarket contains kosher food ranging from meat, dairy, packaged foods, as well as a large wine and spirit section. 

It is not open on Saturday.

Krinskys has a 4.6 star rating on Google.

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