Manischewitz's gluten-free matzoh squares and crackers return this year, along with two gluten-free cake mixes and a variety of egg noodles. New from the company are Pistachio Orange Macaroons (all macaroon flavors are gluten free) and Coconut Crisp Cookies. Manischewitz's gluten-free for Passover products can be ordered online at the company's store.
Look for a gluten-free Israeli couscous this year from Streit's, near the company's gluten-free matzoh ball soup mix.
Under its Savion label, Kedem has a gluten-free version of frosted Crispy-O's cereal, while Kedem itself is producing a gluten-free tilapia gefilte fish sold exclusively at Whole Foods. Look for gluten-free versions of other traditional Jewish favorites like kishka; Meal Mart is offering pastrami and potato knishes this year.
Returning gluten-free items include Osem cakes, chow mein noodles from Streit's and Lieber's, pastas, cereals and cookies from Gefen, Noam Gourmet's Ellio's-style pizza squares, pizza bagels and Passover bagels, and Klein's flatbreads. (You can find many returning products mentioned in previous Passover blog posts.)
from Lilly's Bake Shoppe
If you want to try "Mexican Coke" (made with sugar rather than high-fructose corn syrup), Passover Coca-Cola will be available in the Philadelphia area. Look for bottles with a distinctive yellow cap.
Prices of some Passover foods tend to be higher than their non-holiday counterparts, so I suggest buying one of a particular item to see if you like it before stocking up. Keep an eye on Passover sections after the second night of the holiday, when markets tend to cut prices on whatever products are left.