A private Israeli company that owns and cultivates organic date plantations.
The company's is located in the settlement of Hamra in the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank.
The company grows dates from the Jordan Valley in the Zarzir enclave, where it also operates a visitor center and a packing house. The Zarzir enclave is called by the Israeli army "Ayala enclave", the name of Ayala Smith, the co-owner of Zorganika. 90% of the company's products is designated for export.
The company is located in the Jordan Valley and on 1,000 dunums of privately-owned Palestinian land that was confiscated in 1967 by Israeli Military Order. Zorganika deliberately misinforms consumers of its products’ origin.