160 workers from Tnuva dairy company's Jerusalem distribution center were expected to go on strike at 10 p.m., Israel Radio reported on Saturday morning.
Tnuva's products would not be delivered to stores in the Jerusalem area.
The Histadrut supported the strike, which was being held after Tnuva sold its Jerusalem distribution center for NIS 169 million and declared that deliveries would be made via a substitute center in Kiryat Malachi until January 2007.
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