Monday, October 26, held a special meeting of the parliamentary Commission on social welfare on the implementation of the so-called «reform cornflakes», which should lead to lower prices on many products.
On the official website of the Knesset, it is reported that the meeting was attended by Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon and Minister of health Yaakov litzman, who promised that the implementation of the reform will begin in the next six months.
In the framework of the «reform cornflakes» in Israel will be the rules adopted in the EU in the field of food imports, which should lead to an increase in the number of imported products, increased competition and lower prices. The first reform will involve the import of food not of animal origin such as cereals, cookies, crackers, pasta, rice.
In the second phase of the reform will be reform of the veterinary service, also in the future should lead to lower prices for livestock products. At this meeting, Moshe Kahlon said that the implementation of these clauses of the reform will be launched in the next two years, not four years as was originally planned.