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article imageWebsite delivers pizza to Israeli soldiers

By kurtrat     Mar 21, 2007 in World
PizzaIDF.org delivers pizza to Israeli soldiers.
Over the past 5 years, PizzaIDF.org has delivered thousands of pizzas to thousands of Israeli soldiers.
I've never seen anything quite like this.
Pizza prices start at US$18.95. This will feed a patrol on active duty (5 soldiers). A section on active duty is 10 soldiers; a platoon is 30, and a company is 90. Pizza for a patrol for an entire month is $69.95 a month, though I don't know how many days a week the soldiers eat pizza.
You can send "Hot, Hearty, Healthy Vegetable Soup" for $2.99 and a minimum order of 5 ice creams for $2.99.
You can also send burgers and sodas from PizzaIDF.org, or you can go to BurgerIDF.org. Burger prices start at $29.99, and you can send burgers for a "Jeep Patrol on Active Duty (4 soldiers)."
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In order to follow Kosher Laws, burgers and pizzas are not delivered in the same area on the same day (you can't mix meat and cheese). Pizzas and ice cream are delivered in the morning or evening so as not to conflict with the meat meals served in the army at lunch time.
BurgerIDF.org promises: "We deliver your burger order right up to the soldiers out in the field: jeep and foot patrols, roadblocks, army bases and on guard duty."
You can also send soldiers a personal message.
It would be nice if, instead of sending food to soldiers, we stopped sending soldiers away from their homes.
All deliveries are coordinated with the security forces so as not to pose a security risk.
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