Israeli Olive Oil: The Journey from Field to Table by Yishai Gelb


Today is the last day to participate and adopt an olive tree and receive 6 custom bottles of olive oil.  The cost is $220.00. Reply to this email or call Jeff by 5:00pm at 991-2100 ext. 2.
Don’t Want to Buy a Tree by yourself?  Enter our raffle  to adopt one tree and receive 6 bottles of olive oil  for $18 and support NHBZ’s Israel advocacy programming.
To enter the raffle simply reply to this email or call the office 314-991-2100 ext 2.


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My Tree in Israel

Create Your Brand Of Boutique Olive Oil From The Holy Land

“Israeli Olive Oil: The Journey from Field to Table”, by Yishai Gelb, co-founder of My Tree in Israel Zoom link for October 25, 2020 -1:00-2:30 pm (Link opens at 12:30 pm) https:/ /us02web.zoom. us/i/89414197963

Do you like olive oil from Israel?

Would you like olive oil with your custom label on it? Would you like to support farmers on the moshav of Ein Eron in northern Israel to adopt an olive tree?

If your answer is YES, you can join us in adopting a tree from MyTree in Israel.

Adopt your tree before November 1 and you will receive six bottles of Kosher Extra Virgin Israeli unfiltered olive oil fresh after the harvest. The adoption fee is $220 for one year and you will receive six custom-labeled bottles. Shipping to your home is free!

You can adopt a tree for you and your family, as a gift for someone special, in memory of a loved one, for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or for any other reason. Here are two videos from MyTree about this program:



Enter our raffle to win a tree! Buy a ticket for $18, and at the same time support NHBZ’s Israel programming.

Place your orders through Jeff. Call the office 314-991-2100 ext 2. Email:

The My Tree in Israel program is open to the entire St. Louis Jewish Community. If you have any questions about this program , please reach out to the NHBZ Israel Committee Chair, Mike Minoff, or visit to learn more and adopt your tree. Remember the deadline for oil from this year’s harvest is November 1.