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Full-flavored, cold pressed, extra virgin, and Fair Trade, too. Simply the best that Palestine has to offer. Palestinian families give names to their trees and treat them like family members that are sometimes more than a millennium old.GET STARTED
Palestine coffee, or known as “Qahwah Arbaye”, is a symbol of hospitality and served throughout the day. Roasted in Bethlehem, Palestine with sweet notes of cardamom spices, the aroma will make anyone feel right at home. Traditional medium roasted coffee is referred to as “Half & Half.”GIVE A GIFT
Turn heads! This is what you'll want to wear when you're up for a promotion, graduating, or on your way to accomplishing something wonderful in your life!
The sterling silver earrings say Al Najah, or "success" in Arabic and is accented by blue sapphires and rainbow moonstone beads. Curated by the talented Katie Miranda, this jewelry is an amazing addition for anyone’s collection..GET STARTED
This mural featuring a graffiti found in Bethlehem reading "Make Hummus Not Walls", created by the elusive British street artist Banksy on the apartheid wall in the West Bank. Created in Bethlehem in 2007, has grown in great popularity since its inception. The message is to encourage making the yummy chickpea spread that will bring people together rather than separate them.GIVE A GIFT
Sumac is a naturally occurring spice from the hills of Palestine. Native to the Mediterranean, the sumac bush from the Anacardiaceae family produces deep red berries, which are dried and ground into a coarse powder.
Sumac is known to have multiple health benefits, research shows that sumac is rich with antioxidants, bioactive substances with antimicrobial, anticancer properties, and many other benefits.
Residents of small Palestinian villages (mostly female farmers) harvest sumac from the sumac trees. Sumac is then sundried, carefully selected, cleaned, and then ground.
Sumac is widely used in preparing various dishes that include rice, vegetables, and meat. Because of its dark red color and sharp acidic taste, it is also used to decorate traditional dishes such as humus and Thyme blend. In Palestine, sumac is used in traditional dishes from salad (Fattoush) to the main course (Musakhan), giving a fresh, citrusy flavor to dishes.