Newport Beach, Illinois, is known for its beaches, its shopping, its restaurants and its live music.
The island of L’Aquila is a popular destination, as is the Caribbean island of St. Kitts and Nevis, which hosts several international concerts, and many other destinations.
But for many in Chicago, Israel’s beaches, shopping and restaurants are just a few of the many reasons to come to the United States.
In fact, Israeli tourism is estimated to be worth nearly $1.8 billion in the United State.
So, for many Chicagoans, Israel is more than just a country.
Israel is also a favorite holiday destination.
And if you love to cook, eat out, watch the sunset or just chill with friends, Israel has you covered.
Read more Israel’s food and restaurants The Jerusalem Times recently interviewed restaurant owners and restaurateurs who are preparing to open new Israeli restaurants in the Chicago area.
Some of these restaurants are slated to open by the end of 2019.
Here’s a look at what you need to know about Israel’s culinary scene.
Israel’s cuisine and food culture Israel is one of the largest producers of fresh produce and honey in the world.
In 2017, Israel ranked seventh on the list of countries that produce the most honey worldwide.
Israel has the highest average consumption of honey in Europe.
The country has a long history of producing honey for both commercial and recreational use.
In the early 1900s, the Israeli government introduced legislation that prohibited the production and sale of honey.
In 1930, Israel was the first country in the Middle East to pass the Organic and Health-Care Law, which required all food products sold in Israel to be organic.
Israel became the first Arab country to legalize honey production in 1975.
Today, Israel produces about 2 million tons of honey per year.
In addition to honey, Israel also produces honey-flavored products like kush and honey-scented candles.
Israel also imports honey from Egypt, Morocco, and Morocco, as well as from South Africa and Australia.
Israel enjoys a large honey industry in the country’s northern Negev Desert.
Israel exports over a billion liters of honey annually.
Israel produces around 90% of its honey from the Negevs, a region in the north that borders Syria and Jordan.
The Negeg is the main honey producing region in Israel, and its products account for more than 90% to 95% of the countrys total exports.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates have long shared an interest in a joint honey production initiative.
In 2018, the UAE’s Minister of Tourism and Tourism Cooperation, Mohamed bin Saal Al Khalifa, and Israeli Minister of Foreign Affairs, Gilad Erdan, signed a memorandum of understanding that would allow Israel to jointly produce honey and honey products.
Israel began exporting honey to the UAE in 2017, and is the largest honey importer in the Arab world.
Israel imports around 50 million liters annually, with the largest amount coming from Egypt and Morocco.
Israel was one of several countries that reached an agreement to develop a joint-development program with Morocco to create a honey hub in the Negera region of Morocco.
The Moroccan-Israel Honey Hub will include research and development in honey production, logistics and marketing, and agricultural research.
Israeli honey is also used in several popular desserts, such as lemon-lime-flavoured cookies, chocolate chip cookie and almond-flavor cookies.
In 2019, the United Nations announced that Israel was selected as one of 17 countries to host the 2018 World Food Prize.
The prize recognizes countries that have achieved a high level of development, sustainability and a low-carbon food supply through their food production systems.
Israel received the prize in recognition of its commitment to the fight against climate change.
The world’s third largest producer of sugar cane, Israel ranks in the top 10 of the most carbon-intensive countries in the planet.
In 2014, Israel lost more than one-fifth of its cane crop, with a loss of 11.5 million tons, due to the growing global demand for sugar.
Israel exported nearly 20 million tons worth of sugar in 2019.
Israel does not produce sugar cane itself, but rather imports it from neighboring countries such as Egypt and Nigeria.
Israel contributes about 1.4 million tons to the global sugar supply, according to the International Sugar Organization (ISOO).
Israel also uses some of the world’s most popular and nutritious crops, such to tomatoes, apples, cucumbers, and beans.
Israel hosts the World Cup, the world championship of football, tennis, basketball, hockey, and swimming.
The 2018 World Cup in Russia was a major success, with Israel winning the tournament for the second time in a row.
It was the second year in a series of five consecutive World Cup finals.
Israel hosted the 2018 Rugby World Cup.
The Rugby World Cups is the biggest soccer tournament in the Western Hemisphere, with more than 1.3 million