Netanyahu touted investing in Israel with its 'unique human capital.'
A government revision of dairy products has led Tnuva Foods to cut prices, including some items not under price control, by up to 10...
Chinese firms are snapping up promising Israeli companies as they go on sale.
PA says Palestinian Arabs can no longer have most Israeli food products.
It's a done deal: China's Bright Food group bought most shares of Israel's Tnuva conglomerate.
If the deal goes through it would be for between $2.4 and $2.7 billion.
Israel’s national snack food is Bamba, made by Osem, in which Nestle has a major stake. Strauss Foods is partly owned by Pepsi. Now China wants to buy Israel Tnuva. Will McDonald’s buy out falafel stands?
A group of consumers headed by a Haredi woman is looking to sue Tnuva for consumer anguish.
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