Tag "Izrael"

Carrefour enters the Israeli market in cooperation with Electra Consumer Products

As part of its international expansion, French retailer Carrefour has entered into a franchise agreement with Israel’s Electra Consumer Products and its subsidiary Yenot Bitan. Carrefour will open stores under...

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Malaysia, Israel, Greece Produce Most Food Waste On A Per-Capita Basis, Study Finds

Malaysia, Israel and Greece produce the most food waste on a per capita basis, a new study by Bosch has found, using data from the UNEP Food Waste Index Report....

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Sushi and ice cream are also transported by Israeli drones during a test

Sushi, ice cream and blood products will also be transported by air in Israel during testing of a system to control the traffic of commercial and medical drones, the news...

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Ben & Jerry’s to stop sales in occupied Palestinian territories

The Vermont-based ice cream maker says it recognises ‘the concerns shared with us by our fans and trusted partners’. Ben & Jerry’s ice cream said Monday it was going to...

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Tourist agency: Israeli tourists are among the first to arrive in Hungary

As Israel is one of the most intensively vaccinated countries in the world, it is likely that it will be one of the states from which they will start traveling...

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A conference on the possibilities of kosher food production was organized by the Hungarian Embassy in Israel

An online conference on the kosher food market, production rules, methods, benefits, and market growth opportunities was held at the Hungarian Embassy in Tel Aviv on Tuesday. During the lecture...

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New fertilizer in Israel could be the solution of the future

An Israeli company would produce an odorless, safely stored and usable fertilizer from animal feces – agrarszektor.hu wrote. The procedure, developed by Paulee CleanTec, was originally intended to get rid...

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Commercial, sports and cultural facilities have opened in Israel

Shops, shopping malls and markets, as well as cultural and sports institutions, opened on Sunday, and schools in Israel were reopened in several new settlements. In the second phase of...

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Shopping malls in Israel will also open soon

In Israel, the plazas could open from Thursday as another easing of restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The steadily declining number of new coronavirus infections will allow further...

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Almost every store in Israel can open

In Israel, as part of a new phase of facilitation, almost every store can open from Saturday night, with only indoor shopping malls remaining closed – the public service radio...

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Israeli scientists plant date palms from two thousand year old seeds in Israel

Israeli scientists planted six date palm trees from the seed from Jesus’ age. Professionals hope to be able to grow a date palm on male-female seeds found in the Judean...

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A business is making steaks without meat using a 3D printer

An Israeli startup that produces food using 3D printing technology promises the same quality, or even indistinguishable, plant-based meat steak – origo wrote after Bloomberg. Redefine Meat founders were motivated...

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Israeli scientists brewed beer from five thousand years old yeast

Israeli scientists brewed beer from five thousand years old dried yeast residues, found by archaeologists in pots – The Jerusalem Post reported. The relatively low alcohol content beer was a...

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Hand towel from the chips bag

One of the world’s largest food companies, the Doritos, has announced a revolutionary solution. They made a chips bag in which the consumers can wipe their fingers after ate the...

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The world’s oldest brewery was found in the Israeli Raqefet Cave

According to researchers, they have found the world’s oldest brewery, with residue of a 13,000-year-old beer, in the prehistoric Raqefet Cave cave, near Haifa in Israel. The discovery was made...

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Pepsi buys Israeli SodaStream for 3.2 billion USD

The US PepsiCo Inc. buys Israeli SodaStream International for 3.2 billion USD (more than nine hundred billion forints) – the local media reported on Monday. Pepsi pays 144 USD for...

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Hungary can become an important player in the world market for kosher food

Hungary can become an important player in the valuable kosher food market of the world – Magyar Levente, Parliamentary Minister of State of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs told MTI...

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It will be a real sensation to find the super-tomatoe

Scientists are working on cultivating tomatoes in an experimental plantation in Israel, which can produce high yield, with a 90 percent lower water consumption. Unusually drought-tolerant types of tomatoes are...

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The number of tourists visiting Israel has increased considerably

The number of tourists visiting Israel has increased significantly in June – the Israeli Ministry of Tourism announced on Monday. In the sixth month of the year, the number of...

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FM: a Hungarian authority can grant the permission of the Hungarian meat plants to export to Israel

Hungary received the right to name, which meat plants can export to Israel – the Ministry of Agriculture (FM) told MTI on Friday. The Ministry of Agriculture (FM) pointed out...

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Barley was domesticated on the current territory of Israel

On the basis of genetic analysis of 6,000-year-old seeds found in the Judean desert, an international team of researchers believes that barley was domesticated on the current territory of Israel...

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Brotherhood winery co-operation between the Hungarian and Israeli winery

The Petrányi Cellars Winery and the Israeli Bravdo Winery signed a brotherhood winery co-operation today in Csopak – tozsdeforum.hu wrote. The aim of the partnership is to strengthen the relationship...

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Israel would need a Michelin-guide

The World Jewish Congress (WJC) asked the Michelin travel guide’s publisher to publish a restaurant guide on Israel. “Israel today is a venerable amalgam of cultures and traditions, which come...

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Israel is expecting the Hungarian eggs and beef

Israel has shown interest towards the Hungarian egg and beef – was said at the working breakfast of Uri Yehuda Ariel Haconen, Israel's Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and...

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Grocery stores in Israel were emptied for the holidays

The shelves of grocery stores were emptied for the autumn Jewish holidays – the Israeli media reported. According to the website of the Ynet, Jediot Ahronot newspaper the customers are...

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An ultra-orthodox pub was opened in Jerusalem

Jerusalem's nightlife is spreading to the ultra-Orthodox sector: A new bar called “Kretshme” (a public house in Yiddish), located within the allies of the haredi Geula neighborhood, offers visitors meat...

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