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| Moshe Kahlon signs order aiming to ease widespread butter shortage

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Tuesday, 26 November 11:21 AM
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon increased tariff-free import quotas for butter with immediate effect on Sunday, a move aimed at shortening the wait for the return of cheap butter to Israeli supermarket shelves.
Butter has been in short supply for over a year, with Israel’s dominant producers – including Tnuva and Strauss – reporting that government-fixed prices for basic dairy items have made continued production unprofitable. High tariffs and quotas on products from abroad have meant that importing butter for sale in the domestic market, has not proven economically feasible.
         
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