Israeli dairy giant hikes prices, leaves cottage cheese unchanged
Tnuva executives, speaking on condition of anonymity, said they had no choice but to raise most dairy products because the 9.5% increase in raw-milk prices is costing the company NIS 15 million a month.
More than a year after the cottage cheese boycotts, Tnuva is raising its prices, adding its name to the list of Israeli food makers to announce increases over the last several weeks.
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