Factories

Sderot Factory

The Osem factory in Sderot was founded by the Froumine Company in 1979 in the city’s northern industrial area, for the production of pasta and wafers. In 1981, Osem purchased the factory and proceeded to expand its activities.
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Tivall

Giving Our All Tivall, founded in 1985 by residents of Kibbutz Lohamei HaGeta’ot, is today the world’s leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing ready-made vegetarian food products. Tivall offers consumers a wide range of tasty, nutritious vegetarian food products for quick and easy preparation, to complement a healthful and balanced daily menu.
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Bonjour Factory

Founded in 1986, Bonjour is Israel’s leading manufacturer of bakery products. Bonjour introduced the first baguette into the Israeli market in 1990, and the Israeli public has identified Bonjour with the baguette ever since.
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Sabra Salads

For the Love of Salad Sabra Salads was founded in 1982 by the Yanko family – a pioneering family in Israel’s salad industry. In 1997, Osem-Nestle’s purchased 51% of Sabra Salad’s shares through the Tivall Company.
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Materna

The Materna Company was founded in 1981 as a subsidiary of Ma’abarot Products Ltd., owned by Kibbutz Ma’abarot.
In 1993, Ma’abarot Products made its initial public offering on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and it is currently a public company Read more

Yokneam Factory

Osem’s Yokneam factory lies at the foot of Mt. Carmel surrounded by verdant pines. Nestled in the heart of a modern industrial zone, Yokneam is synonymous with high-tech at its best in the bakery-product industry. The factory’s locally developed innovative products, as well as its pasta division and Bamba production division, have promoted it to the forefront of Israel’s food industry.
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Nestle Ice Creams

Nestle Ice Cream’s success story began in 1996 when Nestle and Osem purchased 50% of the Snowcrest and Tene Noga Ice Cream companies previously owned by Tnuva, signifying the beginning of a new era for Israel’s ice cream market.
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