Hazelnut and honey spread
Net weight: 250 grams.
No food coloring, no preservatives and no cane sugar.
Did you know?
The hazelnut belongs to the Birch family. They are small, round, flavorful and have many nutritional benefits. There are many types of hazelnuts around the world, and their aroma is sweet and addictive. The grow in clusters on trees that live for hundreds of years. The hazelnut is protected by a thick shell that keeps it whole. When the fruit matures on the tree, its shell opens, and the nut fall to the ground.
Honey – Some of the most popular kinds of honey are made from citrus and wild flowers, with eucalyptus and avocado honey quickly becoming popular among consumers. The type of honey depends on the location of the bee colony. The first historical mention of honey was discovered in prehistoric cave paintings, and it was used as an ancient medical remedy, in cosmetics, and of course in food.
Kosher supervision: the local Rabbinate of Beit Yitzhak and Chatam Sofer of Bnei Brak.
There is a natural division of fats in this product, so it should be well stirred until smooth. It is recommended to keep in a dry and cool place away from direct sunlight, and not in the refrigerator.