The Holy Land,

The subscription box that follows the footsteps of Jesus.
Food, crafts, and content from Israeli artisans, delivered quarterly.


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Choose your Artza experience and get a box every 3 months. Gift options also available at checkout.

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Each box includes up to nine artisanal goods from the Holy Land and the stories behind them, exclusively for Artza.

Join us on a Journey

An experience that brings the Land of the Bible to life while supporting the people who call this place home.



The birthplace of Jesus.
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The Holy City and historical epicenter of the world.

Your experience begins in Bethlehem.


Follow His footsteps, featuring food, crafts, and stories, delivered 4x per year.

Artza Premium

Includes everything in Artza plus one or two additional exclusive items.


Orders after Thursday 12/17 will likely arrive after Christmas.

We've created this holiday gifting card to save and send or print out letting loved ones know that their Artza box is on the way.

We wish all our customers and everyone a happy, healthy and joyous Christmas and holiday season!


What's Included

Each box is curated to deliver the most authentic experience, searching throughout Israel for exclusive, high quality products that you and your family will enjoy.


• Something to taste
• Something to share
• Something for the body

• Something for the soul
• Something to inspire
• Something to learn


A cookie that's 4,000 years in the making. View recipe

Meet The Artisans


Tables that Talk

As Anati and Sarit told us: “We’re working hard to make beautiful games that create magical moments around the table as a family. We believe that nothing is more important that family, and we wanted to create games that helped families share experiences and come closer together.”

Each of Anati and Sarit’s beautiful, hand-designed games are sure to beautify your holiday table.

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Jamil Hosh

Jamil has been carving some of the most beautiful olive wood in Bethlehem, including the Christmas ornaments in this quarter’s box.

For Jamil, olive wood isn’t just a material – it’s a calling. As he told us, “Wood crafting is a skill the people of Bethlehem picked up from the Crusaders in the 15th century. I love olive wood because no two pieces are the same. Each piece has its own character that spans generations, as the trees should be kept for 150 years before being used for carving. And, of course, the olive tree is mentioned in the Bible as a holy tree – it was, after all, an olive branch that the dove carried to signify the end of God’s wrath and the flood.”

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Photo House

A young immigrant to Israel named Rudi Weissenstein moves to the Holy Land from his native Czechoslovakia. And, with little more than a camera and a dream, Rudi soon establishes himself as the most significant photographer of young state. Over a career that spanned six decades, Rudi captured some of the most important moments in the history of Israel and amassed a collection of over one million shots of the Holy Land.

Today, his legacy is being carried on by his grandson Ben, who took over his grandfather’s store, aptly called “Hatzelmania” in Hebrew, which means the Photohouse.

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Fenster Toffee

After playing basketball professionally in Israel, Oded Fenster decided to follow another dream: to become one of Israel’s best artisanal chocolate makers. 18 years ago, he flew to Belgium to hone his craft. Each of his chocolates, toffees and marzipans is hand-made with love, together with a staff that includes young adults with developmental challenges.

For Artza, he crafted a special Mediterranean Sea Salt Toffee, which uses flaky sea salt to complement the creamy taste of toffee, and combines for a sweet and salty taste you’ll be reaching for again and again.

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Just outside the center of Nazareth, on a hill overlooking the green valleys of the Galilee, is a studio where a young soap-maker named Tereza is living out her dream.

A mother of three, Tereza went to school to learn how to make all natural, high quality soaps, and now sells them across Israel. Tereza created a custom, hand-made soap for Artza members that is refreshing and aromatic, and which truly highlights the best of her craft.

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Derech HaTavlinim

In Bethlehem of the Galillee, just outside of Nazareth, is a long and windy gravel road that leads to Derech HaTavlinim, which in Hebrew means “The Spice Road”. This unique spot is now in the third generation of the Tsitershpiler family. When you enter the structure, smells of hundreds of spices waft through the air.

You’ll soon see Avi, the proprietor, smiling and welcoming you toward him. For Artza, he’s put together a unique blend of spices meant to be used in the traditional Israeli breakfast dish called Shakshuka, which will bring a taste of Israel straight to your kitchen.

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Our name, Artza

“I will bless those who bless you… and all the families of the earth shall be blessed through you…
and they went out towards the Land (Artza)”
(Genesis 12:3-5)

Artza is Hebrew for “towards the Land”. Inspired by Genesis 12:3-5, our name is meant to capture the experience we hope to bring you – namely, a journey “towards the Land” of Israel. A land with rolling hills and dusty sands. A land that is flowing with milk and honey. A land with rich history and a vibrant future. A land filled with faith and promise.

Our mission is to bring you Artza and its blessings.



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Frequently asked questions

What will I get in my Artza box?

Every box is hand-curated by our team in Israel, delivering unique food products, gifts and rich content that explores modern and ancient Israel.

Each customer could receive some item variations in their box due to the small quantities that the artisans produce.

How do you choose your products & artisans?

Our boxes include items for the whole family, from tasty treats, hand-crafted soaps and beauty products, custom spice mixes, unique games and more.

Our artisans are local businesses that represent both the diversity of the region and of all faiths.

What's the difference between
Artza & Artza Premium? 

Our premium boxes will include 1 - 2 additional items per quarter.

Both boxes include items that are generally not available in the U.S., giving you an experience of The Holy Land that you won't find anywhere else!

When will my box ship?

Your first box will ship within 7-10 business days from checkout.

After that, you'll be on the quarterly schedule, shipping every 3 months, around the 15th of November, February, May and August.

When will I be billed for the subscription? 

You’ll be charged at checkout and then either quarterly or annually thereafter.

For quarterly subscriptions, you’ll be charged for subsequent boxes when each box ships. Annual subscriptions will be billed each year from your purchase date.

Where can I go for help or to cancel my account?

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