Israel: Israeli Food Supply Chain

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   IS2022-0004

Israel is highly dependent on agricultural and food imports. Due to its limited arable land and water resources, the country’s dependence will only increase. Israel’s food supply chain is crucial for the stable availability of food, but various domestic and international events have had a substantial impact on it. Due to its unique geopolitical situation, Israel relies mainly on sea shipments.

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