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Israel uses price controls largely to regulate the price of food, but also for products in markets with monopolies, such as cement.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Israel wastes some 2.45 million tons of food annually, constituting 35 percent of domestic food production. In 2015, this waste cost NIS 18 billion.
Good food and creative cocktails are a dynamic duo at Tel Aviv’s Double Standard
By SHAWN RODGERS
Surveys show that people aren't feeling the effects, however; the study cited survey that show 93% of Israelis believe prices have continued to rise.
By NIV ELIS
"Game of Chefs" finally heads back to the small screen tonight.
By AMY SPIRO
The chain failed to make some NIS 50 million in payments to its suppliers on Friday, despite the fact that it has roughly NIS 160 million in cash on hand.
A night out at Gabriel is an intimate and elegant affair.
By MENASHE KOREN, JERUSALEM POST CORRESPONDENT
The "chocolate-colored pepper" is currently being cultivated at Moshav Ein Yahav's Yofi Shel Yerakot ("Beauty of Vegetables") company.
By SHARON UDASIN
The hottest new products on the market.
By LAURA TAUB
If the legislation goes on to receive Knesset approval, the Farmers Federation of Israel estimated that families would save about NIS 300-600 monthly on their grocery bills.
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