Cracker meets chip in these crunchy snacks.
Elite’s coated wafers come in flavors including cheesecake and chocolate-peanut.
Founded in Russia in 1849, Wissotzky is an Israeli-based, family run company that’s recently introduced some ultra-untraditional flavors such as salted caramel chai.
What looked at first like tubs of ice cream turned out to be big containers of delicious Open Sesame halva.
Freekeh is made from wheat that’s harvested while still green, then roasted.
This fair-trade, award-winning olive oil is made by Sindyanna of Galilee, a female-led company where Arab and Israeli women work together, sharing a vision of peaceful co-existence.
Super healthy and satisfying energy bars are made from dates, nuts and seeds.
Marrakesh dips and spreads packs a lot of flavor into little jars.
Honey and date-based marinades and dressings from Lin’s Farm.
Mighty Sesame Co.’s tahini comes in a squeeze bottle.
Al Arz Tahini is made in Nazareth.
El Nakhleh coffee began as a small shop in Shefa-‘Amr and is run by the founders sons.
Beer at breakfast time: Jem’s Beer Factory partners Daniel Alon (left) and brewmaster Jeremy (Jem) Welfeld offering tastes of their pilsner and belgian-style ale.
Jack Hazan makes kosher, all-natural challah that carries his family’s legacy.