Why Olive Oil
Olive oil is more than just a product for Palestine; it's a symbol of endurance, cultural identity, and economic resilience. We are not only offering a high-quality product but also sharing a piece of Palestine's rich heritage and supporting its economy.
The Lifeline of Palestine's Economy and Culture
Vital Agricultural Product
Olive oil production in Palestine is a crucial economic pillar. The olive oil industry represents a significant portion of Palestine's agricultural output, contributing substantially to the national income.
Employment & Livelihood
The olive harvest and oil production engage a large portion of the Palestinian workforce. It provides employment, sustains livelihoods, and supports families, especially in rural areas.
Olive oil is a key export product for Palestine. The high quality of Palestinian olive oil has garnered international recognition, opening doors to global markets and bringing in valuable foreign exchange.
Olive trees and olive oil have been part of Palestinian culture for thousands of years. They are symbols of identity, resilience, and connection to the land. The ancient olive trees are a cherished legacy.
Olive harvesting is a time-honored tradition that strengthens community bonds. Families and communities come together during the harvest season, fostering a sense of unity and cooperation.
Olive oil is a staple in Palestinian cuisine, renowned for its quality and unique taste. It is used in a variety of traditional dishes, emphasizing its role in the cultural heritage and daily life of Palestinians.
Timeless Guardians of History
Some of the oldest olive trees in Palestine are believed to be between 2,000 and 3,000 years old. These ancient trees, often referred to as "Biblical" olive trees, carry significant historical and cultural value. They have witnessed countless historical events and changes over centuries, making them living symbols of resilience and endurance in the Palestinian landscape. The preservation of these ancient trees is of great importance, as they represent a direct link to the region's rich history and tradition in olive cultivation.