Tnuva to lower prices on dozens of dairy products by 15%

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October 2, 2011 11:06

 
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Tnuva Food Industries announced on Sunday that it would be lowering the prices of its dairy products, as the company's chairperson, Zehavit Cohen resigned her position, pending an investigation into the company by the Antitrust Authority.

The price of dozens of Tnuva products will go down by 15 percent beginning on Tuesday.

The move came after months of nation-wide protests against high dairy prices, including a boycott on cottage cheese.

Tnuva representatives stated that the price decrease came as a result of a decrease in the price of milk.

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