God Save the Green is a contemporary Lebanese agricultural project, located in Ain Mouaffaq, Mount Lebanon, not too far away from Beirut. It is aimed at redefining and re imagining the world of traditional farming.
Zaatar Zawtar is an agricultural cooperative located in Zawtar, Nabatieh. South of Lebanon. Mohamad Nehme the director of the cooperative and is one of the first few Lebanese farmers who domesticated the thyme plant
“Sophia all natural” is a brand offering a variety of healthy vegan ready-to-eat food, mainly breakfast and snacks. Sophia’s products maintain a reputation for the best peanut butters and energy balls ever!
Alfred founded Maison Alfred, which is the expression of his passion. He have created a range of unique condiments, which go perfectly with any dish. They are made from fresh ingredients, with no additives or preservatives.
Ain Al Arich is a women’s cooperative made up of 11 women members. Ain Al Arich Cooperative was established in 2003 located in the village of Aita Al Fokhar in west Bekaa. It is specialized in processing goat milk for the production of local cheese and Labneh in olive oil.
Bio Datella is an Algerian brand specialized in a specific variety of dates known as Deglet Noor. Bio Datella is run by locals in a village in Algeria, who do everything from picking the dates to packaging them. This brand is known for not processing or drying the dates.
Having a passion for tea and coffee, good taste and creativity, young adventurers invented several infusions. Each tea or infusion blend works for a certain medical purpose, adding to it the protection for an appropriate bodily function.
If you’re a human being, you simply have to eat. Only healthy mindset tries to make your food taste great with as little effort as possible. Find ways to increase your energy and you’ll age slower, get more things done and look better naked.
The story began in the 1920’s when Ramzi’s great grandfather started his handmade soap-making craft in Bchamoun, Mount Lebanon. Ramzi’s grandfather took over the business in the 1950’s. The soap became a market leader for more than 20 years. Then due to the Lebanese civil war, he was forced to retire at the peak of his success.
The core of the company’s philosophy is its unwavering commitment to service excellence: they monitor their production process closely, assuring the freshest possible products with the most economical and efficient deliveries for customers.
After going around the world and witnessing different food cultures, these friends founded “The Apron”, a catering company. The Apron aims to provide a healthy lifestyle in every bite, starting with tree treasures: Fruits!
A mom of 2 kids, picky eater and self-taught cook, is the lady behind “Innocent Treats”. She started with a variety of Paleo desserts, then shifted to Keto desserts, snacks and bread, after following the diet herself.
For centuries, Rashaya and the surrounding areas have been known for their successful grape growing industry. Rashaya is the home of the Kadamani family and the place where our great grandfather’s love for the vines and its offerings inspired him to produce this sweet creation, grape molasses.
Vert Bio was born at Domaine des Mûriers, a family enterprise founded in 2017 in the region of Gherfine, located in Mount Lebanon, in a 250 year old domain. The tradition and authenticity of the place are in line with their selection of products.
TAQA is a Lebanese based wholesale bakery that is located on the periphery of Tripoli. They believe in abolishing “guilt” around snacking!
TAQA products are all inspired by old Lebanese recipes, which include Lebanese flavors such as rose water and orange blossom water and all time favorite cookie classics.
Ms. Lina Saadeh, based in the scenic Kherbet Qanafar, West Beqaa valley, decided to cook and sell mouneh to provide income for her family. She is a passionate cook and produces mouneh as well. She makes eveyrthing by hand, one by one, just like a housewife would!
Recently founded, Pascale’s Nuts in Shape is an organic and natural nut butter small family business.Nuts in Shape products contain no sugar and no preservatives. We aim to satisfy people monitoring their body weight, gym lovers craving protein snacks, parents wanting their children to enjoy sugar-less yummies, and people with health problems limiting them to certain kinds of food.
Since 2000, Yola Noujaim, “Em Boutros” the farmer, has been growing in her orchards in Maasser el Chouf more than 20 kinds of aromatic and medicinal plants. Growing at a 1200 meter altitude, in a non-polluted environment without using pesticides.
“Em Boutros” Mouneh is part of a non-profit community project that includes Al Fundok Hotel & “ Em boutros “ Le Restaurant.
Cave Des Ours is the first apple winery distillates in Lebanon and Middle East. Driven by their passion and love for sharing the exquisite taste of their products. The main focus of Cave Des Ours remains to offer the highest quality of Wine and Arak.
Naturally crafted through a time honored process, Elmir beer mature quietly in our cellars in Beirut, Lebanon.Our brew masters carefully select the world’s finest ingredients to offer an exquisite experience for all the senses.
Atelier n7 was started by Assaad, a young bake-a-holic architect in his 2os. He started experimenting with artisanal bread making. During quarantine, he did intensive research and trials and developed great bread recipes.
Mounet Joud is a family-owned & operated business that works in the production of all kinds of Lebanese preserves. They follow the methods of our ancestors. Their slogan is “Iza de2et, 3le2et…”
Foudelicious produce high quality homemade natural nut butters and healthy snacks. They developed their products with the principle of delivering to the best nut butters and healthy snacks for the lowest prices in the market.
Louis Hariqa, a baker, came up with the recipe as a gift to the Hobaich family he used to work for, since they treated him very well. This traditional dessert was lost for some time, until Rosine found the recipe in Louis’ bakery.
“Fertaike فِرتَيكي” – the old Lebanese way of saying “the fork” – is a mission to recreate and modernize our everyday food. Their aim is to elevate simple food such as labne and jam, by using modern techniques and innovative combinations.
After a year in the USA, Sarah fell in love with bagels. She always wanted to get a summer job before going to college, but that became impossible because of the economic crisis and the pandemic. So she decided to open her own small business at only 18 yrs old.
Yeghia Ichkhanian was born in the city Aintab, known for being populated by Armenians in the past. By opening a bakery in 1946 in Zokak el Blat, he realized his ultimate dream of introducing the traditional Armenian culinary art of Aintab to Beirut, his second home, where he, his family and friends resided. Now, his descendants keep his love for food alive!
Ibrahim’s Farm is is a family farm in the small village of Mazraat Assaf, Becharri. They are certified organic, and they believe in farming practices that contribute to the environment and not deplete it. From their harvest, they also prepare artisanal preserves and contemporary versions of them.
Fatina is a woman from North Lebanon who got married and moved to Beirut. Her friends in Beirut introduced her to the healthy lifestyle. She started providing her friends with ghee and butter from her village, which could not be found in Beirut. Her friends encouraged her to turn this into a business. Now, she loves having her own business while raising her children.