Tnuva
Tnuva, or Tenuvah, (Hebrew: תנובה‎‎, fruit or produce) is a cooperative (co-op) in Israel historically specialised in milk and dairy products, controlled by a Chinese state company since 2014. The 620 members of the cooperative are made up of a large number of kibbutzim (collective farms) and moshavim (agricultural communities). Tnuva is the largest food manufacturer in Israel; its sales account for 70% of the country's dairy market as well as sales of meat, eggs and packaged food.
Tnuva
Tnuva, or Tenuvah, (Hebrew: תנובה‎‎, fruit or produce) is a cooperative (co-op) in Israel historically specialised in milk and dairy products, controlled by a Chinese state company since 2014. The 620 members of the cooperative are made up of a large number of kibbutzim (collective farms) and moshavim (agricultural communities). Tnuva is the largest food manufacturer in Israel; its sales account for 70% of the country's dairy market as well as sales of meat, eggs and packaged food.