One third of Israelis will have trouble paying for their holiday expenses this Rosh Hashana, according to a study released Wednesday by the "Latet" organization.
The aid organization reported an increase of 27% in the demand for food, Army Radio said.
It was also found that more than 30% of needy families would not be able to buy meat and fish without external aid.
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