Hadiklaim and Tnuva in Tomer settlement in the Jordan valley | January 2010 | Photographed by Who ProfitsHadiklaim's label found in Tomer settlement's packing house | 14 Jan 2013 | Photographed by Who ProfitsHadiklaim's label stating that the Mejdool dates were packed in Gilgal settlement's packing house | Jan 2014 | Photographed by Who ProfitsHadiklaim's label stating that the Mejdool dates were packed in Yafit settlement's packing house | Jan 2014 | Photographed by Who Profits
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Exporter of organic and non-organic dates. The biggest dates' exporter in Israel.

Some of the company’s dates originate from the occupied Jordan Valley and Dead Sea area. Dates from the Megilot Dead Sea Regional Council – a regional council of settlements in the northern Dead Sea area – are exported solely by Hadiklaim. This regional council includes the settlements of Almog, Beit Ha'arava, Mitzpe Shalem, Kalia and Vered Yeriho. As of 2010, the company also exported dates from the settlements of Patza’el, Messua, Mehola in the Jordan Valley and from the Golan Heights.

As of 2011, some of the organic dates exported by Hadiklaim to various countries in Europe were grown by Zorganika in the Hamra settlement and the Zarzir enclave.

Hadiklaim works with packing houses in Israel and the occupied territories, among them the packing houses in the Tomer, Gilgal and Yafit settlements in the Jordan Valley and in the Beit Ha’arava settlement in the Dead Sea area.

The company markets dates under the brand names of Jordan River, Jordan River Bio-Top and King Solomon, and under private labels of supermarket chains.