Flora Export S.G. Israel LTD - best herbs from Israel

Wholesale premium fresh herbs supplier

Premium quality fresh Israeli herbs. Grower-direct reliable all year long wholesale supply. Wide assortment and seasonal availability arugula, arugula baby, arugula deluxe, baby mix salad, baby spring mix lettuce, basil, basil green, basil red, bulls blood, chervil, chives, coriander, dill, lemon balm, lemon grass, lemongrass, lollo rosso lettuce, marjoram, marjoram sweet, mint, mizuna, oregano, parsley curly, parsley flat, peppermint, red chard, romaine lettuce, rosemary, rucola, rucola baby, rucola deluxe, sage, salicornia, savory, sorrel, spinach, tarragon, tatsoi, thyme, etc.

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Company profile

Established in 2004, Flora Export S.G. Israel LTD. is providing full range of agricultural export services worldwide. Shipping by air freight directly from leading Israeli growers, allows us to supply clients with fresh agricultural produce of top quality and freshness with all season availability.

We supply wide range of fresh herbs and salads in small, medium or large wholesale quantities with direct air cargo delivery to international destinations worldwide

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Our company advantages

Premium quality Israeli fresh herbs

Experienced exporter supplier

Fresh herbs and salads grower direct

Maximum fresh produce with best price

Wholesale supply of fresh herbs from Israel

Fresh herbs cut especially for your order, no long-term storage

Direct air-freight delivery from Israel to your region

Wide assortment of fresh herbs

Best prices, flexible price policy

Commodity traffic forms EUR.1 and Form A - certificate of origin to reduce customs

Israeli growers only - no "palestinian produce"

Reliable business partnership


Israel agricultural facts

The area of irrigated farmland has increased from 74,000 acres (30,000 ha) in 1948 to some 460,000 acres (190,000 ha) today. Israeli agricultural production rose 26% between 1999 and 2009, while the number of farmers dropped from 23,500 to 17,000. Farmers have also grown more with less water, using 12% less water to grow 26% more produce.

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