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Israel eases import barriers for fruit, veg
"Ariel instructed the Ministry of Agriculture to assure the Israeli consumer has a supply of food that is affordable, fresh, and of a high standard for the upcoming holiday season; he directed the office to allow the duty-free import of tomatoes and cucumbers from across the world, beyond the ongoing import from Jordan," the ministry wrote in the announcement.
"The duty-free import of vegetables from all countries is another method to avert the price increases, a responsibility which Minister of Agriculture Uri Ariel took on himself when he entered the role."
Ariel said, "Unfortunately, there has been a shortage of fruits and vegetables and prices have been rising since the heat wave. This is the reality we are trying to avert, especially ahead of the holidays, and that's why I directed the ministry officials to make it easier right away to intensively import fruits and vegetables from Jordan and other countries around the world. This is an attempt to overcome the shortage and bring the prices back down, all while avoiding harm to Israeli farmers and produce."
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