They insist they didn't miss by all that much, and to the extent that they did, it wasn't their fault.
Prices are dropping because Israeli consumers are in dire financial straits and world commodities prices are lower.
Both sectors promised to offset declines in mainstream sales, but Supersol and Mega have found the going tough.
It isn’t that luxury is louche, it’s that people are sick of being exploited, say discount barons Avi Katz and Rami Levy.
Executives say they doubt it will be enforced, and in any case it will cause more pain to the Palestinians than to their companies.
Residents seek to block the opening of low-cost supermarkets in their neighborhoods. Is it the traffic they don’t like or the down-market image?
Israeli legislation aimed at controlling prices for new titles has had the opposite effect its backer promised it would bring.
Money from the sales will be donated for establishing a fund for the families of the victims.
First Ehad branch opens in Ra’anana this week in newest front in the food price war
In a warning letter, Osem claims that the 138-year-old brand defrauds consumers. Two lawyers file a class action on behalf of consumers.