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The Daily Portion / Candy: A bridge between two eras

Everyone is invited to remember the candies they tossed on Simchat Torah every year.

The Daily Portion / Candy: A bridge between two eras

Customs authorities foil attempt to smuggle Fruit Roll-Ups

American couples caught at Tel Aviv airport trying to smuggle hundreds of pounds of Fruit Roll-Ups into Israel.

Customs authorities foil attempt to smuggle Fruit Roll-Ups

Why are Israelis lining up to buy an American candy?

In the past week, customs officers caught over 600Lb of Fruit Roll-ups, and consumers are ready to pay 40 NIS for just one.

Why are Israelis lining up to buy an American candy?

You can't make this stuff up - collecting for the candy eaters

Huwara - where is that? Who lives there? Certainly not lovers of peace. Op-ed.

You can't make this stuff up - collecting for the candy eaters

Eating Knesset candy and drinking the Kool-Aid

The whole plenum looked as puerile last week as it’s been sounding, with verbiage and decibel levels not even fit for a playground. Op-ed.

Eating Knesset candy and drinking the Kool-Aid

Israel bans sweets and chewing gum in form of cigarettes

Israel bans sweets and chewing gum in form of cigarettes, plans heavy fines for violators.

Israel bans sweets and chewing gum in form of cigarettes

Strauss to market Krembo without aluminum wrapping

Strauss to begin marketing small packages of unwrapped Krembos, saving 13 tons of aluminum.

Strauss to market Krembo without aluminum wrapping

Some lollipops may present a choking hazard

'Carmit' candy company warns certain lollipops may present choking hazard.

Some lollipops may present a choking hazard

Rabbi: Candy-Throwing Custom Encourages Diabetes

Rabbi Efrayim Zalmanovich, of Mazkeret Batya, prohibits common practice after alarming statistics released about diabetes in Israel.

Rabbi: Candy-Throwing Custom Encourages Diabetes

Arabs Investigate Disguised Israeli Candy

‘Palestinian’ forces launched a probe into the sale of candy with Hebrew-language wrappers in a refugee camp on Sunday.

Arabs Investigate Disguised Israeli Candy

‘Cottage Cheese’ Boycott Takes on Chocolate Wafers

One of Israel’s most popular noshes costs 69 cents in the US and double the price in Israel. Can boycotters survive Purim without them?

‘Cottage Cheese’ Boycott Takes on Chocolate Wafers