Jerusalem Post’ prize goes to Bright Dairy

Jerusalem Post Group CEO Ronit Hassin-Hochman visited the Bright Dairy offices yesterday and announced the decision.

March 30, 2017 22:33
Chonjian Zhang

JERUSALEM POST Group CEO Ronit Hassin-Hochman meets with Bright Dairy CEO Chonjian Zhang.. (photo credit: AVSHALOM SHOSHANI)


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The Jerusalem Post award for investment in Israel, innovation in technology and penetration into new markets will be presented this year to Bright Dairy from the Bright Food Group, owners of Tnuva. Jerusalem Post Group CEO Ronit Hassin-Hochman visited the Bright Dairy offices yesterday and announced the decision of the Post’s awards committee to Bright Dairy CEO Chonjian Zhang.

“The Jerusalem Post Annual Conference will take place on May 7 in New York in the presence of seven Israeli ministers, MKs, representatives of the US government, leaders from the Jewish world and journalists, including Larry King, and 1,500 participants,” Hassin-Hochman said, adding, “We are proud to present at a ceremony at the conference this award to Bright Dairy for its enormous investment in Israel. Last year, we recall, the award was presented to Mobileye.”

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