food industry

Nestlé to build $43 million facility in Ukraine

Nestlé will become one of the few major global corporations to invest in Ukraine in 2022.

Newly founded Fungi Protein Association is an international supergroup of fun guys

The Fungi Protein Association will represent the interests of its member companies, including advocating for fungi protein in public policy and conducting consumer research.

Smells fine to me: Liberman cancels fish taxes in Israel

Finance Minister Avigdor Liberman signed on the cancellation of duty fees for the import of fresh, frozen and processed seafood.

Chickens at Farmingmoon

Criminal group overtakes chicken slaughterhouse, sells birds under gov't radar

The criminal group has been making a profit of tens of millions of shekels per year from the heist.

Vegetarian hamburgers: A new healthy use for tobacco

This landmark botanical development could significantly reduce the cost of cultured meat and help rapidly advance its commercialization.

A Tnuva truck enters the company's logistic centre in the southern town of Kiryat Malachi, Israel Ma

Israel's largest companies issued massive recalls. That's concerning - editorial

This has to improve for the average citizen, for the government and for the companies that think they can keep getting away with it.

Where can you find authentic Mexican tacos in Petah Tikva?

Here's a taste of the food you can get at the Mexicana chain, with branches all over Israel.

Former economy minister: Monopolies in Israel are not set in stone

MK Eli Cohen told Maariv that "monopoly companies in Israel use their power in order to extort prices. This bill would oblige entities defined as a monopoly to publish reports and dispel the fog."


Germany's Delivery Hero, Spanish unit Glovo targeted in EU antitrust raids

Earlier on Wednesday, the European Commission said it had raided several online food and grocery delivery firms over concerns that they may be in a cartel.


Tnuva to establish R&D center dedicated to alternative protein

More and more Israelis are moving away from animal-based protein sources, and Tnuva aims to "to lead the field while facilitating the products’ accessibility to the wider public."

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