Tu B'Shvat fruit sales to hit NIS 200m.

This year sales are expected to reach NIS 600m. Tu B'Shvat falls on February 13 this year.

January 31, 2006 08:26
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Israeli dried fruit sales will reach NIS 200 million in the run up to the Tu B'Shvat festival this year, Gaon Capital Markets subsidiary Credit Information Association (CIA) said Monday. The company survey said the festival celebrating the new year for trees, in which it is traditional to eat new fruits, makes up 30 percent of the country's annual dried fruit sales. This year sales are expected to reach NIS 600m. Tu B'Shvat falls on February 13 this year.

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