Two Israelis buy brand and three U.S. restaurants for $5 million
Israeli cut-rate coffee and fast food chain aims to open in two European states next year, another eight by 2021
Teva, world’s largest generic drugmaker, says checkup related to request for approval of generic drug
Sales of prepared salads and processed meats had a revival before Independence Day, but retailers think it was just a blip
Gad would acquire Shomron as it embarks on an expansion drive in Israel and abroad
Chain lowers price of takeaway coffee to those who say the magic word
The plan would preserve the Rabbinate's monopoly on kashrut supervision, which costs the economy around $1 billion annually
The label requirement is the centerpiece of a plan to force food makers to put red labels on food products that exceed maximum levels of sodium, sugar and saturated fats.
Discount chain Rami Levy has the cheapest of the house brands checked by TheMarker.
The American shoe-store franchise said prices will be 12 percent over those in the U.S., but a check by TheMarker shows differences as high as 42 percent.