“We loved having Israeli Harvest at our Israel70 Celebration. People enjoyed learning about and tasting the different types of olive oil and olives”
Beth Razin, Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia as Guy works with new technologies and weather. I have to say, it is also a personal favorite!” Cary Kelly, The Cookery
“I consider this quality oil as a medicine! ” DR. David G. Roberts, MD
“Working with Israeli Harvest is a treat. The olive oil I buy from Israeli Harvest
is one of the best I carry (out of a large selection). It is unusual that I continue to carry a brand for many years but Makura olive oil is a customer favorite. The oil is luscious and so interesting because it changes from year to year as Guy works with new technologies and weather. It is also a personal favorite!” Cary Kelly, The Cookery
“We were so thrilled to have Israeli Harvest participate in our Taste of Israel Food Festival. The Makura olive oils were a highlight of our exhibition hall and we appreciated the chance to sample the oils and see the wide range of taste profiles. In fact, it is hard to choose a favorite!
Stacy Kamisar, Program Director, Federation for Jewish Philanthropy of Upper Fairfield County.
“We met Orna at the store and did a bit of olive oil tasting and she told us the history of the farm and then we drove up to the top where we met Guy and got to walk with him through some of the groves. The visit was terrific! Although we’ve got lots of olive oil for the time being- you do know we will be back for more and we are thankful for your imports and your help!
Rabbi Lauren Levy Lawrenceville School
“We love offering Makura olive oil for the holidays! The oils are delicious and unusual, and bring the added bonus of supporting small Israeli farmers and producers.” Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School Parents Association
“Israeli Harvest has been bringing Israeli olive oils, jams, and dates to the Hanukah Fair at Temple Micah since its inception five years ago. Our congregation loves the products which make more money for the congregation than any of the other participants.” Ellen Sommer, Temple Micah Washington DC