A vertical farm will be installed next to each branch, providing customers with fresh produce grown out of the company's indoor farms.
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The new technologies eliminate the need to rely on outdoor growers and suppliers while also providing a fresher, more eco-friendly product which needs much less water and land to grow.
The offer is considered relatively low and reflects the financial damage caused to Israir by the coronavirus lockdown.
While the UN has immunity in general, Shurat HaDin claims that this case is an exception as the UN violated its charter and practiced "pure racism on the basis of nationality and religion."
Multi-faceted Jerusalem businessman Rami Levy, best known for his chain of discount supermarkets, is helping to provide tefillin (phylacteries) and prayer shawls for needy European Jews.
The system that records communication data was meant to be used strictly for the purpose of fraud prevention. Rami Levy officials used it to spy on employees and reporters.
While he will continue to advise the company, the former project director for Iran issues will be replaced by deputy chairman Alon Granot
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Self-made magnate accused of bribing municipal official to avoid paying NIS 21m. in taxes.