ISRAEL: Osem considers entry into baby food market
Osem, Israel's largest food manufacturer, is planning to enter the infant formula and baby food market, using Nestlé's know-how. A report in Globes says that Osem's VP for Finance Pinhas Kimelman, who confirmed the report, maintained that "the infant formula market is interesting. Osem has the capabilities and potential, and we are seriously considering it."
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