Food company Mevushelet said Wednesday it has won two contracts to supply its packaged meals to tour groups this summer.
The first deal, signed with the Jewish Agency, will see the company deliver 10,000 meals to Birthright groups visiting the country in July and August. In addition, Mevushelet will supply approximately 250,000 meals to children in summer camps - a contract worth NIS 2.8 million to the company.
Mevushelet has invested some NIS 800,000 to create the product line for the children's meals. In its preparation for delivery of the two projects, CEO Eli Rappaport said the company has developed 180 different types of sandwiches to offer.
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