Following launch of new Health Ministry reform, Super-Pharm is discussing distribution and sales possibilities; meanwhile, over 200 have applied for permits to grow and sell the substance.
Moshavim around Latrun working some 370 acres of West Bank land that was handed to them by government authority in the 1980s; Palestinians torn on whether to fight in Israeli High Court of Justice.
Even though Kibbutz Merav has evacuated the plots, given to it illegally in 1980s, the security barrier still prevents Palestinian farmers from accessing it.
If fresh meat is to be imported, at least, 'live exports' – or, more appropriately, 'death shipments' of animals for slaughter – should be banned.
Thanks to decades of work aimed at improving the growing conditions and the quality of the fruit, Israel now boasts the world’s highest yield per acre.
The big question is whether the Volcani Institute for Agricultural Research can be moved from the center of the country to the north.
Aiming to save water as a climate change-driven drought savages parts of the country, thirteen small farms will get the drip technology, made by the Israeli company Netafim.
A nighttime visit to a wholesale market reminds a visitor that in the country’s cost-of-living chain, nobody considers himself guilty.
State Comptroller: Israeli labs unable to test food for dangerous ingredients, ministry’s cumbersome supervision leads to higher prices.
As wheat that has come into contact with water is considered leavened and thus unsuitable for Passover, wheat for shmura matza must be harvested on dry days.