Netanyahu to go? Cofix poll reveals PM is Israeli coffee of choice

The low-cost coffee shop chain offers patrons to take their hot drinks in paper cups with the names of those running for office.

February 21, 2019 13:08
Netanyahu to go? Cofix poll reveals PM is Israeli coffee of choice

Paper cups at Cofix . (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Popular coffee shop chain Cofix, known for offering patrons a cup of Joe for just a buck and three dimes, is now serving up coffee in cups that have the names of the main contenders in this year's election. 

Patrons can choose from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Benny Gantz, Yair Lapid, Avi Gabbay and Naftali Bennett  are among the options. So far, Netanyahu's cup has been so popular that the company ran out and now has to stencil in his name instead.

On the coffee chain's website, Gantz is presented as having the most cups under his belt, but there is still plenty of time until the April 9 election.   


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