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Tag: Cottage Cheese
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For Israelis, cottage cheese is no mere dairy product.
Whipped to exceptional creamy and airy perfection, it is a coveted staple of tables across the country. Israelis spend $440 million per year on cottage cheese.
But now, with the price of a 9-ounce container climbing to just...
June 16, 2011 | 10:41 am
“Cottage cheese, a basic good whose price has reached nearly eight shekels. Don’t buy it this month!”
As a revolutionary slogan, it’s unlikely to live in the annals of history alongside “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity” or “Workers of the World Unite.” But in Israel it...
June 15, 2011 | 10:53 am
More than 32,000 Israelis have said they will boycott cottage cheese next month over its soaring cost.
The Israelis joined a Facebook group calling for a consumer boycott of cottage cheese, which accounts for some 28 percent of all cheese sales in Israel, throughout July.