At Chubeza, we value the direct connection between consumers and producers and encourage everyone to familiarize themselves with the food they eat and the way it’s produced. We aim to offer a variety of natural non-industrial foods, free of additives and preservatives, as healthier alternatives for consumers, producers and the environment. This type of person-to-person economic relationship also contributes to the support and continued sustainability of local independent businesses.

To this end, we have partnered with a number of local producers and cottage industries to make their products available for you to add to your boxes:

Organic fruits, organic sprouts & mushrooms, organic olive oil & olives, sourdough & gluten-free bread, baked goods, organic nuts & almonds, organic dates, blueberries & raspberries, organic quinoa, organic chickpeas, organic flour & semolina, natural honey, organic silan, tahini, halvah , zaatar, fresh turmeric, nut spreads, natural fruit juices & concentrates, cider & apple cider vinegar, tea infusions and Ayurvedic products.

Below is a brief description of each of our affiliated producers. A detailed list of items and prices can be found here. Orders via our online order system (for registered Chubeza members) will be included in your vegetable box for home delivery.

Ishlechem Bakery

Eyal Tamir, a veteran baker and a neighbor from Moshav Taoz bakes a variety of wonderful sourdough breads and rolls. His principles are: quality and professionalism - from the raw materials through the baking process to the sales, simplicity and naturalness - baking without artificial ingredients, enhancers, leavening agents, color additives, etc., and modesty and honesty - high-quality, healthy and delicious bread with no bells & whistles.

Ish Shel Lehem Bakery

From a very special bakery in Moshav Ginaton, Ido Blaushtein bakes an assortment of crackers and cookies, rich in taste and high in nutritional values. All without white sugar, food coloring, margarine, butter or any other industrial substance. There are also options for those who avoid gluten or sugar.

Lehem Pele - Gluten-free Leavened Bread

Shirly of Moshav Hogla bakes phenomenal bread made of only gluten-free whole grains, sprouted legumes and flax, stone-ground and kneaded to rise by traditional methods. Her loyalty to traditional, old-fashioned breadmaking creates tasty, nutritious vegan bread, rich in whole protein and fiber, with a low glycemic index.

Minhat Ha’aretz Mill - Organic Flours

In a small flour mill in Hadera, Asaf and Arik stone-grind a variety of grains. a variety of grains. From the moment it’s ground, the flour is kept refrigerated to prevent insect infestation. Asaf and Arik’s rich, varied product line ranges from wheat (local), spelt and rye to specialty flours.

Organically grown sprouts

Noam Cohen Levy's sprouts,are grown in Moshav Satria near Rehovot. They start from organic seeds, and grow without spraying and fertilization, and without artificial conditions such as cooling, heating or lighting. The work is done manually, without heavy tools. All crops are grown organically, from the seed stage to packaging and receive the best conditions to be healthy, nutritious and strengthening.

Udi's Organic Sprouts and Mushrooms

Udi Gross & friends raise delicious, healthy organic sprouts in Moshav Ahituv. These sprouts are hand-grown from organic seeds on a bed of ground coconut and compost, free of pesticides, with great attention and love. The sprouts are joined by fine-quality organic mushrooms.

Organic Almonds, Humus, quinoa, Olive Oil and Natural Honey

The Kibbutz Ein Harod Agricultural Cooperative grows organic olives, humus, quinoa and almonds, continuing the tradition of the Jezreel Valley pioneer farmers who came before them over the last century. Organic farming has also been vital to Kibbutz Ein Harod to preserve “their” valley and the health of its residents. Their beehives have been producing pure honey, free of sugar or added preservatives, for over 80 years.

Organic Olive oil

In Rotem, in the north of the Bekaa, Didi and Dhira Amossi make organic olive oil, which is the fruit of daily family labor, simply with love and joy. They offer excellent virgin olive oil in a selection of selected varieties: Suri, Picual, Leccino, Picholine and a home mixture of varieties.

Sindyanna of Galilee - Organic Olive Oil, Carob Syrup & Za’atar

“Sindyanna of Galilee” in Kfar Kanna is a unique and exciting non-profit enterprise devoted to creating social change by connecting Arab and Jewish women who grow, harvest, produce, pack and market excellent quality, fair trade and prizewinning olive oil, almond spread, carob syrup and za’atar (hyssop).

Tamir’s Honey

Tamir, a scion of Ethiopian beekeepers, devotedly and lovingly cultivates his beehives near Moshav Sha’al in the Southern Golan Heights to produce natural, high-quality honey. No added sugar, no heating, and the minimum of artificial intervention possible.

Al-Yasmeen – Tehina, Halva and other Treats

In Abu Ghosh, chef Kamel Hashlamon hand-grinds choice Ethiopian sesame on traditional millstones to prepare tehina: white, whole, red and black-sesame tehina. From the Tehina, he also make sweet halva.In addition, he offers “Dibas” grape honey and pomegranate syrup, both made from 100% fruit, and Jameed - yogurt "stone" hard cheese.

Hamatsesa - Juices, Cider, & Natrual Apple Vinegar

At Hamatsesa in Moshav Givat Ye’arim, excess local summer fruits are squeezed to produce juices, alcoholic cider and apple cider vinegar. All products consist of 100% fruit, free of preservatives.

Meshek Elazar - Organic Dates

A family farm from Moshav Paran. Anat and Shalom Golomb are veteran growers of organic dates, and they were joined by their daughter Aya and her partner Elazar. The dates of Mashek Elazar are unique in their taste and juiciness, because they pick the dates about a week before they are fully dried, and the fruit still has softness and sweetness with a texture that is between fresh fruit and dry fruit.

Samar Organic Dates and Silan

Kibbutz Samar in the far south of the country grows spectacular dates: large, juicy majhul; barhi – “date toffee” – soft and very sweet & dekel nur – mild-tasting for cooking & baking. All these varieties are used in preparing Samar’s excellent silan.

Organic Dates, Silan, Juices & Olives

Kibbutz Neot Semadar in the Southern Negev Desert is home to a large, varied organic farm producing such fine-quality products as excellent organic dates and silan, wonderful olives & tapenade and fruit juices

Shoreshei Zion Vegan Raw Crackers, Granola,Cookies, Sprouted Nuts, Chocolate and Nut Spreads

Eliezer and Roz Tzion of “Shoreshei Tzion” prepare distinctive vegan foods in their boutique factory in Beit Shemesh, including granola, crackers, cookies, sprouted nuts, nut spreads & chocolate. Each delicious product is made from “live” raw materials, in keeping with their conviction that we have the power to heal ourselves by the food that we eat.

Herbal Tea Infusions

David Ross prepares tea infusions from plants that can be found naturally in Israel, each mixture was developed with inspiration from different natural areas in the country: the Aravah and the Galilee, Jerusalem and the Valley of Elah, Ein Gedi and the Carmel. The mixes, are all gluten-free and caffeine-free.

Komash Ayurveda

Merav and Eran Komash heal with Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. In addition to treatment, they make formulas, oils, food products and natural soaps, and once a week they cook Indian food for people in their neighborhood. With us, Merav and Eran offer ghee, chili oil and curry leaf oil.

Ethiopian sesame tahini

The Lin family is an old family of beekeepers from Kfar Bilo. On their family farm they produce honey and other natural products. We are happy to offer you their tahini - made of 100% Ethiopian sesame, which has undergone a short pre-sprouting process, millstone ground in a coarse grind. The tahini is dark, thick, and tastes rich and nutty.

Blueberries & Raspberries

In a small plot of land in Tekoa,Tamir grows superb blueberries and raspberries, painting the landscape in blue and purple hues. Blueberries and raspberries require acidic soil, thus they are grown in large containers on a detached bed. The yummy berries are (non-organically) fertilized with no spraying whatsoever.

Schif Farm - Organic Pecan

On a vintage, abundant farm, the Schiff family of Moshav Beit Hanan grows organic fruit trees. During winter, their superb citrus fruits fill your fruit boxes. In addition, they grow organic pecans, shelled and delicious.