ISRAEL: Osem-Nestlé sells turkey plant for US$6m
Osem-Nestlé Israel sold its Hod Lavan Turkey Products plant to the non-kosher deli chain Tiv-Taam Hacarmel for US$6m. The plant, located in the Emek Hefer industrial park, will replace Tiv-Taam's aging plant located near Tel Aviv, according to a report in Yediot Ahronot . Tiv-Taam bought the plant's five-acre site and its modern equipment to supply its eight stores across Israel, with plans to open five more stores this year, including its 3,000m
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