Ceylon cinnamon or as it is called sweet cinnamon from Derech Hatavlinim is a great way to bring a piece of Israel into your kitchen. It is naturally mildly sweet and has a delicate woody undertone alongside slight citrusy notes.
It is recommended to add Ceylon cinnamon as a sweetener to foods and as a substitute for sugar.
Allergy information: May contain traces of gluten, nuts, peanuts, almonds, sesame, soy, celery, mustard, coconut, and sulfites
Store in a cool, dark and dry place
Nutrition information per 100g
- Calories – 247kcal
- Protein – 3.99g
- Carbohydrates – 80.59g
- Dietary Fibers – 53.1g
- Sugars – 2.17g
- Total Fat – 1.24g
- Kosher Parve
- Kosher under the supervision of Rabbi Zamir – Jezreel Valley Regional Council
- 100g / 3.5oz
Ground Cinamon 100 gr
The Zitershpiler family has been growing spice for more than 50 years. Avi Zitershpiler, the owner of the farm, has absorbed the values of agriculture, landscape, nature and man since childhood, growing up and growing spice with his father Zvi, one of the pioneers of the spice industry in Israel.
After his military service in the Faculty of Agriculture and later in Naturoptia, Avi Zitershpiler has been continuously growing, processing, producing and marketing spices and herbs in Israel and around the world.