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"Israel is losing the war on TikTok. Palestinians have been more active for many, many years"
"There are many, many opportunities in the energy sector, and every woman can contribute to it in her own way"
"We have seen a sharper decline in investments in tech in Israel compared to Europe and the US"
Exodigo adds $105 million in new funding to modernize underground mapping
The female force rocketing Israel's David's Sling air defense system
U.S. giant Workday acquiring HiredScore for hundreds of millions of dollars
Hamilton Lane co-CEO: "Now is the best time to invest in Israel"
Slice raises $7 million Seed round for AI-powered equity compliance platform
20 stories about Food
Climate change threatens global food system, countries must mobilize
Israel is among 130 countries that signed a UN declaration at the Climate Conference in Dubai to adapt their food systems to fight climate change, but is it too little too late?
Evigence raises $18 million to track food freshness
The Israeli startup’s management system combines sensors and data analytics to help food brands, retailers, and foodservice to measure and manage the freshness of food in real time across the supply chain
“A very painful way to live life is struggling to get basic necessities.”
As a newcomer to Israel in 1999, Joseph Gitler was struck by the abundance of food, food waste, and the people struggling to get basic necessities.
"Food connects people, and that's what Greek cuisine does"
Georgianna Hiliadaki, owner and chef of the Michelin-starred restaurant Funky Gourmet, was speaking in a panel that dealt with local cuisine at the Calcalist Israel-Greece Conference in collaboration with Aroundtown and Brown Hotels
Reneta Jenik, Foodom - Creating a private chef marketplace
"Our mission is to make dinnertime joyful, full of excitement . This is a $3 trillion market in the U.S. alone," says Jenik
Pandemic pushes techies lunch money to new highs
While more employees are working from home, money set aside for subsidized meals has risen by 18% over the past two years
Wix brings in renowned chef to feed its staff
Assaf Granit wins tender to open six restaurants and cater three meals a day for 3,000 employees at the new complex being built by the Israeli online giant
An Israeli startup wants to 3D-print meatless steaks
Redefine Meat uses plant-based products to create lookalike steaks for high-end restaurants
Coronavirus Panic Leads to 18% Jump in Israeli Food Sales—In One Week
Canned foods, rice, and pasta have seen the sharpest increases in demand as Israelis storm the shelves
Corona-Fueled Shopping Frenzy Spells Major Boost for Israel’s Supermarket Chains
Israelis flocking to the supermarkets led to photos of empty shelves over the weekend, but shortages are expected only for Passover-related products, according to one industry executive
The Praline Entrepreneurs: Israel's First Coworking Space for Foodmakers
Set to open next month in central Israel, MakeEat is a coworking space and incubator for small-scale food businesses
Foodtech: A Lot of Buzz but not a lot of Capital
Companies that produce meatless meats, eggless eggs, and protein powder from fly larvae can innovate the food landscape of the future, but the venture capital industry is still somewhat hesitant to come aboard
Today's Consumers Force Us to Innovate, Says Strauss Group Exec
Eyal Dror, CEO of Strauss Israel, spoke Monday at Calcalist’s Mind the Tech conference in Tel Aviv
Beyond Meat’s Burger Is Currently Beyond Reach in Israeli Restaurants
Hungry vegans who rushed to their favorite burger joints in recent weeks were disappointed to find the popular dish has completely run out
Feeling Trashy: These 10 Startups Aim to Reduce Food Waste
Israeli households throw out 880 million kilograms of wasted food annually, which equates to a month and a half of food consumption per household
With Unclear Political Future, Israelis Face More Exorbitant Living Costs
Israeli food manufacturers are taking advantage of the country’s prolonged political limbo, hiking prices of basic food staples
Food Allergy Detection Startup Allerguard Raises $1.5 Million
Allerguard develops a handheld device that scans and analyzes the food vapors to determine the presence of allergens
Tel Aviv Restaurant Goes Biblical
Popular Tel Aviv dining spot Igra Rama goes back in time, reimagining what people in the region ate thousands of years ago
In Israel, There Is a Tight Bond Between Food and Politics
Keren Tsuriel Harari and Uri Pasovsky
Israelis celebrate Independence Day with communal barbecues and find it baffling that high ranking military personnel pursue a vegan diet
The Israeli Government's New Diet
New dietary guidelines ban the serving of sweetened sodas, candies, and pastries in government meetings and events
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