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Prof. Tamir Tuller and Dr. Eyal Afergan  credit: Eyal Izhar Israeli milk alternatives startup Imagindairy raises $15m

The raise, led by Target Global, is an extension of the company's seed round in which it raised $13 million last November.

Tnuva logistical center  credit: Rafi Kutz Ministry: Salmonella in Tnuva milk powder poses no health risk

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that salmonella was present in a batch of Tnuva milk powder, but says the product was not sold to the public.

Ofra Strauss and Giora Bardea  credit: Eyal Izhar Strauss sees salmonella affair lopping one third off profit

Strauss Group estimates that the product recall and the shutdown of its Elite factory will reduce profit by NIS 170-230 million in 2022.

Health Ministry visit Nof Hagalil plant Credit: Dr. Noa Tricki 21 suspected salmonella infections from Strauss products

The Ministry of Health has published a series of flaws in the way the Elite Nof Hagalil factory operated and which likely led to the introduction of salmonella.

Recall of Strauss products Credit: Tali Bogdansky Health Ministry closes Strauss factory for 3 months

Health Ministry director general Prof. Nachman Ash announced that the quality standard of the Elite factory in Nof Hagalil has been suspended for three months.

Strauss Elite chocolate  credit: Tali Bogdanovski Salmonella not the only thing weighing on Strauss

The downturn in Strauss Group's share price appears to be due to several hits to the company's business.

Strauss Elite products in supermarket  credit: Tali Bogdanovski Strauss expands product recall

All products of Strauss Group's Elite chocolate and candy factory at Nof Hagalil are now included.

Strauss plays by the book - will that be enough?

Competent media management is helping Strauss weather the salmonella storm, but the potential for a deeper crisis hasn't yet gone away.

Elite ''Para'' chocolate  credit: Tamar Matsafi Strauss recalls chocolate products after salmonella fears

The company has recalled products and closed its Elite factory in Nof Hagalil following the finding of salmonella in inspection samples.

Exit Photo: Thinkstock ITT buys kibbutz valve company Habonim for $140m

Based on Kibbutz Kfar Hanassi, Habonim designs and manufactures valves, valve automation for the gas distribution (including LNG), biotech and harsh application service sectors.

Adv. Michal Cohen  credit: Avigail Piperno-Beer Competition Authority toughens merger disclosures

The new merger application regulations are part of the plan to tackle excessive concentration in Israel's food market.

Moshe Mamrud  credit: Sivan Pereg Tadiran: Up a cool 7,000% in ten years, and counting

Controlling shareholder and CEO Moshe Mamrud is leading expansion into renewable energy and storage, but still sees plenty of room for growth in the air conditioner business.

Sonovia mask Photo: Company website Unmasking Sonovia's green textiles revolution

In the Covid pandemic, Israeli company Sonovia has become known for its superior facemasks, but its technology and ambitions go far beyond that.

Tomer Aizen  credit: Libi Katan Nao Lab food can help save the planet

Climate change is putting traditional farming under increasing pressure. Technology can provide a better way of feeding ourselves, says Wilk CEO Tomer Aizen.

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