I want your input for market research Re: Israel. Thanks!!

Currently, I am conducting some market research to better understand Christian and Messianic attitudes toward Israeli products.  Specifically, this research is to help guide a team of Messianic believers who feel led to help Israeli agriculture producers to be more profitable and extend the reach of their businesses.

Please take a couple minutes to answer a few quick questions, and leave some feedback.  Also, for broader coverage in this endeavor, please consider sharing this post on your Facebook page.  We need as much input as possible.

Thank you so much for your participation.

What other thoughts and input can you add in the comments below?

Prophesy is being Fulfilled and the Proof is in Israel’s increasing exports of exceptional products!  May we be a blessing to her as together we see the Kingdom come.

Author: Pete Rambo

Details in 'About' page @ natsab.wordpress.com Basically, husband of one, father of four. Pastor x 11 years, former business and military background. Micro-farmer. Messianic believer in Yeshua haMashiach!

9 thoughts on “I want your input for market research Re: Israel. Thanks!!”

  1. Have found that it is becoming more difficult to bring goods back from Israel – El Al is very strict about baggage being overweight by even 1kg – had quite a bad experience on one of my flights back home – felt that we go and spend a lot in the land to bless Israel then we cannot take the goods home – there has to be a way to get the goods to our country at a better rate and delivered more convenienty – eg Takealot or something like that – just saying – would buy more if there was a better way

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  2. We do our buying when we are in the Land for the feasts, since it is unwise to have things shipped here from Israel – but it’s hard to bring back the things we’d really like to bring back, like books, Judaica, etc. While we’re in the Land,we buy a lot of food, organic and health products, small appliances, napkins (hard to get in Jordan), household items, and that sort of thing instead. (The crock pot I bought in Eilat fascinated everyone, including the Israelis!)


  3. I like to order judaica from breslev for study pieces and trinkets for my kids. Very reasonable prices and shipping. Jams and such not really my thing as I make those but I do order from kosherwines.com.
    I like lev haolam but cannot shell out that much monthly.
    I like ordering head scarves and products from wrapunzel.
    Would order spices for sure if that’s an option.
    I order several things via Amazon by putting in israeli or judaica for oils etc.


  4. The subscription choices to showcase products was over my frugal nature. I love Israel and support her market in the USA!


  5. Reblogged this on The Barking Fox and commented:
    Do you love Israel? Do you want to know how to support Israel? Pete Rambo is asking some good questions in this survey recently posted on his blog. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions. Your answers will help shape some ideas on actions intended to support Israel and help Jewish producers in the Land!


  6. Have been a hunter for Israeli produce and products – from grocery stores to online – for years! While i very much enjoy the monthly subscription boxes that Lev Haolam does (over 3 years now) i would much prefer a catalogue format. Some of the things i love can’t be used up fast enough so i “gift away” as much as i can, many others still haven’t found a home. Am thinking catalogues would be a lot of work, but are the way to go. Also consumables, food, drink, personal care items most useable.

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