Knesset goes into souvenir business

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February 12, 2014 06:31

 
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Tour groups visiting the Knesset will be able to buy souvenirs starting at the end of March.

The Knesset has yet to decide which souvenirs will be available, but a spokesman said they would be modest and respectful, feature the Knesset’s symbol and fit in with the theme “The Democracy Experience.”

The Knesset is also to switch its catering company to Sodexo during its Passover recess and open a fourth cafeteria for school groups. Sodexo is to provide more healthful options, as well as vegetarian, vegan and sugar-free meals and the souvenirs are to be sold in the cafeterias under their management.

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