Chicken cartel driving up prices in Israel ahead of Passover
The price of fresh chicken has spiked 20% since the summer; supermarkets blame chicken farmers, slaughterhouses - and the law.
By coordinating production levels and reducing supply, farmers and slaughterhouses have been steadily pushing up the price of chicken for the past year and a half, according to supermarket chains.
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