KANDLE Dining Services embraces the complexity of preparing and serving meals to the Kosher standards of our Jewish clients. KANDLE’s experience ranges from Kosher style to Mashgiach supervised Glatt Kosher.

KANDLE supports our clients in honoring Jewish customs through food and service. Shabbat meals, Israeli Day and the Maccabiah games are planned in accordance with each client’s traditions.

Cabin Overnights, Cook Outs and Day Trips are fundamental elements of camping.  Plenty of food and a variety of components are provided for KANDLE’s Tripping Program.

We will work closely with our Mashgiach and the local Vaad to establish food guidelines. KANDLE Dining is constantly upgrading recipes and menus to ensure our campers are being provided the latest in dining trends.

Keeping Kids Safe is a priority for KANDLE Dining Services.

Our Nutrition Team will manage all Special Dietary Requests.  Whenever needed and upon the Camp’s approval, a Registered Dietitian will contact “Mom” to discuss the parameters of the diet and establish a menu.

Food Safety practices will be in accordance with the National Restaurant Associations Servsafe requirements.  KANDLE has established COVID protocols for all service styles as well as Employee Wellness.

KANDLE’s Associates live on camp and adhere to each camp’s policies.  All Food purveyors are properly vetted and are required to follow the policies established by the camp.

“Thank you for helping make our event a success! Thanks for keeping our group well fed with healthy food made with care. It’s not easy managing the dining experience for groups and we appreciate the work you put in to make everything run smoothly”

- Amy S.

KANDLE provides great quality food and service as well as have a lot of fun with the Shoulder Season groups.  We recognize many campers at Mom and Me, Family Camps, School Groups and BBYO weekends.

“Thank you so much for all you do and how much work you put into making camp run the way it does.  This summer truly would not be the same without all of you.”

- Marli B.