Alard Palestine Agre-products
West Industrial Zone, Beit Iba Nablus, Palestine
Al’Ard Palestinian Agri-Products Ltd. is an innovative and dynamic company that offers a wide range of high quality agricultural products from Palestine.
Established in Palestine in 2008 following the principles of social investment, the company is a member of the International Fair Trade Association with its primary objectives lying with the welfare of the producing communities.
We focus on empowering, supporting, and encouraging the Palestinian farmer in under-invested developing communities to utilize the Palestinian agricultural potential, we provide them with tools, training and knowledge needed to produce high quality premium products qualified to compete in the international markets.
In a small farming community called Jeet where everyone farms olives, is Mohammad, one of our far...
Rehbi is one of our farmers and also a founding member of his local olive oil cooperative in a sm...
This is Othman with his seventh child of eight, Hala. She doesn’t know it yet, but sh...
Ibtisam is mother to nine children and has been a traditional housewife for most of her life&hell...
Za'atar taste with pita just zooms the olive oil out the door. What a heavenly combo (NOT surprising--it all comes from the Holy Land!)
Susan Shamieh "The Bride"
The wedding was great. The favors were a hit. Thanks for a great product.
A few weeks ago, I got a very special gift, a bottle of the most exquisite organic extra virgin olive oil from the ancient olive trees of Palestine.
I really couldn't get a photo that does the bottle or the oil justice, but you can see how golden and yet tinged with a hint of green the oil is. And the taste, frankly, I can't find the words to describe how delicious it is, earthy and rich are two adjectives that come to mind. The aroma, texture and taste are truly sensual.
This is a special olive oil... one that would be fantastic with a splash of good balsamic and some fresh, crusty baguettes. I was going to make a simple salad that I would normally add a sherry vinegar or apple cider vinegar dressing, but this time I let the oil dictate the dressing. I wanted nothing to overshadow it … Now I think I'm off to buy another baguette to do some dipping.