Kosher food awaits the Jewish athletes, their families and fans who will descend on Beijing for the 29th Summer Olympics beginning next month.

According to Rabbi Shimon Freundlich, co-director of Chabad-Lubavitch of Beijing, the government expects 400 people to keep kosher at the Olympic Village.

“We are helping provide the kosher food for the athletes, coaches and journalists at the village,” says Freundlich, who has been coordinating food shipments for the occasion.

Care packages, including a fruit basket and snacks will be delivered to Jews staying in Beijing for the games “so they have something to nosh on during the day,” adds the rabbi.

In addition, Dini’s Kosher Restaurant, an establishment under Freundlich’s supervision outside of the Olympic grounds, will be open 24 hours a day, six days a week, during the games. It’s menu boasts everything from Chinese and Japanese cuisine to New York deli sandwiches.

In anticipation of the increase in demand, Rabbi Chaim Klein, a ritual slaughterer from South Africa, has visited Beijing every three months to prepare more than 7.5 tons of beef and nine tons of chicken.