Tnuva announces price hikes of up to nearly 10% on range of products

File: Tnuva milk products at the Shufersal Deal Katzrin branch, in the Golan Heights, on May 2, 2023. (Michael Giladi/Flash90)
File: Tnuva milk products at the Shufersal Deal Katzrin branch, in the Golan Heights, on May 2, 2023. (Michael Giladi/Flash90)

The Tnuva dairy company announces price increases on several of its products up to nearly 10 percent, set to begin in the coming days and weeks.

The firm says government-regulated milk products will rise 4.48% starting tomorrow, while non-regulated items will rise by an average of 3.5% on May 16.

Tnuva says that its Sunfrost brand frozen vegetable products will rise by an average of 4.5%.

The biggest hikes will be for products under its Mom’s Chicken brand, which will rise by an average of 9.8%, and the Tirat Zvi cold meats brand, which will rise by an average of 9.6%.

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