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Like Nutella? You will love this new chocolate spread

Soom chocolate sesame butter is healthy and delicious.

Wine and Plenty festival celebrates boutique wineries

Annual gathering showcases Israel’s hidden vineyards, artists and food.

The ultimate caffeine fix: A trip to a coffee expo

17 countries share their best brews in Tel Aviv.

What makes for a good culinary travel destination?

According to the folks at Saveur, you can't go wrong with a foodie tour of Tel Aviv.

Health benefits of Mediterranean diet continue to rack up

New study shows adherents are 47% less likely to develop heart disease.

Looking to lose weight? Try these high-fiber foods

New research pegs fiber as a handy tool in the weight-loss arsenal. Here are some foods from the Mediterranean Diet to get you started.

How Malka Beer is finding success in a crowded U.S. craft beer market

First launched in the U.S. in 2013, the Israeli brewer says positive reaction is driving sales and expansion.

The health benefits of pomegranates

The seeds of this round, red fruit are touted for their antioxidants.

Vegan BBQ, party of 10,000

Veganism goes mainstream in Israel.

How a Mediterranean food truck won 'The Great Food Truck Race'

Middle Feast's Tommy Marudi talks about what drives him.

Say cheese: Israel admitted into the International Cheese Makers Guild

Invitation to the guild means Israel's gourmet cheeses may soon be more widely available globally.

Celebrated chef to put modern spin on classic pita

Restaurateur Todd Ginsberg is bringing authentic Israeli cuisine to urban Atlanta.

Edible art? Art and dough combine in unique project

Artist Omer Pollak breaks the mold with his surreal 'Blow Dough' project.

Whey protein a beneficial tool in diabetes treatment, new study says

Research out of Israel suggests that consuming the protein before meals can help diabetics control their blood-sugar levels.

Why do children in Israel have fewer peanut allergies?

An Israeli peanut allergy study suggests that giving peanut products to children at an early age may reduce the risk of allergic reactions.