Unilever said on Sunday it would raise prices for the institutional market, which includes hotels and restaurants, but not retail chains. This is an average increase of 7.5% that will take effect on the first of July.
The products that will become more expensive are food products, including sauces and spices, which are intended for restaurants, hotels and more. This increase, in addition to other increases such as dairy products, may raise the prices of products in restaurants, cafes, etc.
The move may raise prices in cafes,
Unilever said: "This is an update made by the company's institutional division and is relevant only to the institutional market (such as restaurants and catering services). There has been no price increase for the retail market."
In September 2022, Unilever Israel announced an increase in the prices of its products by 20%-6%.
Shufersal boycotted Unilever in the previous upload, Photo: Yehuda Yosef
This move drew opposition from the chains, mainly Shufersal, which stopped supplying Unilever products at the time. Products supplied by Unilever include: Telma cereal, Telma mayonnaise, Knorr soups, Strauss ice cream, Krembo, Click chocolate, Dove soap, Badin products and treats.
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