Fancy A Spot Of Buycott In The Morning? Osem

Anyone feeling hungry, fancy some brekkie? In our ongoing series highlighting the vapid rantings of British Boycott, Disinvest and Sanction (BDS) economic terrorists who hail from the Mosques and Islamic community centres of Britain we reach the Israeli food company, Osem.

Here again, from their own explanation of why to boycott Osem are our suggested reasons why you might consider giving Osem your patronage by buycotting them:

Osem is Israels 4th largest food & beverages company (by turnover) after Tnuva, Strauss and Coca-Cola. It has a turnover of $712 million and nearly 5000 employees with 14 factories in Israel.

Its brands include Beit Hashitah (pickles), Of Tov (frozen meat products), Habait (ready made cakes) and Sabra Salads (ready-made salads and spreads). Osem also owns 58% of meat-substitute manufacturer Tivall Foods.

According to Osem’s website its products are sold in Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Sainsbury and Morrison, with each store marketing them under their own label. Waitrose online site Ocado sells a range of Osem products from soups, crackers and croutons. Tesco online sells a range of Osem cakes.

In April 2009, Osem UK announced its acquisition of Yarden GB. Yarden GB’s product range includes chilled meats and Yarden wines from the Golan Heights Winery, located in Katzrin on the occupied Syrian Israeli Golan Heights (liberated from the brutal Syrian regime thus saving their residents from the ongoing suffering of those left behind in Syria). Golan Heights Winery exports 38% of all Israeli wines, its wine brands also include Gamla and Golan [BoL: my regular evening glass of red wine is usually an inexpensive Cabernet Sauvignon or a Merlot from the Galil]. According to Yarden GB’s website its products are available in Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury, Morrisons, Budgens, Somerfield, Waitrose and Harrods. Waitrose online site Ocado sells a range of Yarden meat and houmous products.

Which all adds up to countless reasons why it’s easy for you to help an Israeli company and buy fine products which you’ll actually enjoy.

This has been another in the Israellycool Buycott series based on the poster put out by Islamic groups in the UK and distributed for free to Mosques all over the UK.


Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian is an indigenous rights activist fighting for indigenous people who’ve returned to their ancestral homelands and built great things.