Israel’s largest food service company will open a number of filling machines at locations around the country beginning next week.
Filling machines are a small but growing part of Israel’s food production.
According to Israel Food Processing Industries (IFPI), the number of food processors has grown from approximately 1,400 in the early 1990s to more than 7,000 today.
The company says it will offer new machines in six different types, with the most popular types serving beef, pork, chicken, lamb and vegetables.
Each machine is equipped with a pressure cooker and a pressure-cooker oven, and each machine also includes a range of equipment for reheating food.
Filling Machines will be available at most of Israel, and the Israeli media has reported that the machines will also be available in other countries, including the US.
This will be the first time that Israel has been able to offer a full-fledged filling machine in a restaurant, said IFPI’s general manager, Yossi Meir.
“It is a first step towards opening a filling machine at a national level, but it is not a final step,” Meir said.
“We are in the process of establishing a company structure that will allow us to establish a national brand, and that is why we are going to open a few machines.”
According to Meir, the company has also launched a website for customers to order the machines, and it plans to begin accepting payment by September.
Meir said the company is planning to operate its machines in locations throughout Israel, from the country’s north to the West Bank, and will also start opening a machine in Jerusalem in September.
“We are not going to be operating our machines in only one city, but in all of Israel,” Meire said.
Currently, Israel is the only country in the world to have a full filling machine.
Israel is the fourth-largest food processing market in the Middle East, after China, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Since Israel was founded in 1948, it has cultivated a reputation for producing the highest quality food and has been credited with leading the way in the advancement of modern manufacturing technology.
A recent study conducted by the World Bank found that Israel is a leading producer of meat and dairy products, with its meat-processing industry the second-largest in the entire world behind the United States.
The country has also been credited for producing more than 200,000 jobs in its meat sector.