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Jewish student arrested for chocolate milk attack on Republican

Jewish woman, 19, who poured chocolate milk on Republican campaign volunteer at Florida State University arrested and charged with battery.

Jewish student arrested for chocolate milk attack on Republicanplayer

Pre-Pesach warning: 'Tara' 1% milk has kitniyot

Some 1% milk in Israel has traces of legumes in it - a Pesach problem for Ashkenazic Jews.

Pre-Pesach warning: 'Tara' 1% milk has kitniyot

The Dairy Industry: Fewer Farms, but More Milk

Israeli dairy production per capita one of the highest worldwide, according to Agriculture Ministry report.

The Dairy Industry: Fewer Farms, but More Milk

Report Indicates Milk Consumers Are Being Milked

Consumers in Israel pay more for milk, but an Agriculture Ministry study shows that production costs in Israel and the EU are very similar.

Report Indicates Milk Consumers Are Being Milked

Israel's Milk Industry - High Quality and Healthy

What is the Israel Milk Board? How does the dairy industry in Israel work? A special interview for Shavuot.

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Tnuva Dairy Boycott Continues Despite Price Drop

Social protesters say they'll continue boycotting the Tnuva dairy giant despite a 15 % price drop and the resignation of its chairwoman.

Protesters Continue Tnuva Dairy Boycott Despite Price Drop

Lots of Honey, But Maybe No Milk on Rosh Hashana

Consumer groups have found their next target: Milk producer Tnuva. Activists demanding that it lower prices for dairy products or else...

Lots of Honey, But Maybe No Milk on Rosh Hashana

Ministry: Don't Overcharge for Mehadrin Dairy

The Agriculture Ministry intends to make sure that consumers who buy mehadrin dairy products don't overpay.

Ministry: Don't Overcharge for Mehadrin Dairy Products

Cheese Imports Allowed

Dairy farmers file motion with High Court after government decides to slash milk prices.

Hard Cheese Imports Allowed, Milk Price Cut

Here’s How Public Gets Milked

Cutting milk prices by 10 agorot will save a total of 17 shekels a year and force closing cow barns in the Gaza Belt, a farmer tells Arutz Sheva.

‘Consumer Revolution’ Milks the Public