What he held, was a recipe for one of the oldest known confections in the world. It was eaten by Kings and Titans, and Princes and Sultans. In some parts of the world it was considered a sacred symbol of immortality and life. In other cultures it was thought to promote fertility and sexual response. It also tasted really, really good. That recipe was Halvah. The idea was to produce it in the United States. Halvah has been called the Food of The Gods. An ancient Turkish confection, dating back 3000 years was about to be refined, reinterpreted, and reinstated as the food of choice among the eastern European immigrants in the early part of the 20th century. Halvah, which means â€œsweet meatâ€ in Turkish Joyva gave it a modern twist.
Pack of thirty six, 1.75-ounces per bar (total of 63 ounces)
Get to enjoy the age old sweetness of Chocolate Covered Halvah (36/1.75 oz bar) which gives you the ultimate delight of ingredients such as crushed sesame seeds, honey, almonds and dark chocolate. Your perfect handy help to keep sudden hunger prangs under control, this bar of milk chocolate almonds is a tasty and filling appetizer to bank on. High in nutrient value also, bar of marble halvah are equally loved by kids, thus making the snacking time more exciting for all. Joyva Chocolate Covered Halvah 36 /1.75 Oz. Bars
Marble halvah sealed is an delicious sesame treat. Halvah is a Turkish confection. It is one of the worldâ€™s oldest candies. The earliest references date as far back as the year 3000 B.C. The word halvah means literally 'sweetmeat'. Also called halva, helva, halawa, halava, helava or halwa. Halvah contains three basic nutrients; protein and vegetable fat from tahini and carbohydrates from sugar. Halvah provides protein and calories, making it an excellent choice for the beginning of the day or for a backpacking energy source.