Get a Taste of Israel

Back after a 10-year absence is the fabulous Israel Pavilion at this year’s Summer Fancy Food Show. Exhibiting with 11 varied food companies representative of the innovation, variety and quality of Israeli food companies, the pavilion will be a natural magnet for buyers, influencers and foodies from across America. The pavilion is located on the lower level in booth 3851.

  • Many of the products represented have won global awards for excellence
  • Israel is on trend in the food industry, offering a variety of products that are lactose-free; nut-free; organic and all natural
  • The range and high quality is unsurpassable with each and every brand represented in the pavilion

The 11 companies are: Aunt Berta’s (fresh fruit preserves, spreads and sauces); Kad Buei Darom(olives, olive oil and tapenades); Cous Cous Maison (couscous); Elsa’s Story (baked confections); Neptune (cooking sauces); Neviot (flavored mineral waters); Olia (olive oil products); Prince Tahina (tahini); Baracke/Rushdi Foods (halva snacks); Shelley Anne (whole grain crackers) and Shiraz (frozen pastry products).

Michal Neeman, Business Development Manager at the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute, is leading the team behind the Israel Pavilion. She comments: “We are delighted to return to the Summer Fancy Food Show here in New York. The food from Israel has never been more desirable. Traditional quality food has become modern in fact; the quality of our foods, and the robust flavors, are all on trend in this maturing food market. Israel has a cuisine that the world is really curious to learn more about.”

Hanna Kamionski, Director of Consumer Goods at the Israel Economic Mission to North America, is managing all U.S. marketing for the pavilion. She adds “Mediterranean Cuisine here in the U.S. is increasingly popular amongst consumers – it’s delicious, famously healthy, and very versatile. Consequently we are seeing a surge in interest and demand for Israeli food products. We are excited to be  here at the Summer Fancy Food Show.”

Full details on the exhibitors can be found at: http://www.export.gov.il/files/publications/fancyfood2013/index.html

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