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Strauss (company)

Strauss (company)

Strauss is a food company making dairy, chocolate, coffee, and snack products headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel and founded in 1933.

Ofra Strauss is a food company founded in 1933 as a chocolate factory in Ramat Gan, Israel by Eliyahu Fromchenko, Eliyahu Kopilov, David Ettinger, Yaacov Arens, David Mosevics, Aharon Nissa, Yosef Segal and Gershon Freil. In 2004, Ofra Strauss and Erez Vigodman chose to merge with Elite to form an international publicly traded group called Strauss with a Strauss division and an Elite division. This merger made Strauss the second largest food company operating in Israel. The company is currently headquartered in Petah Tikva, Israel. The Strauss division makes dairy products and the Elite division focuses on making chocolate, coffee, and snack food products.

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Eliyahu Fromenchenko

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Gadi Lesin

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Mara Moshvitz

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Ofra Strauss

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Richard Strauss

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By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
May 18, 2021
Chron
Climate change-triggered sea level rise added $8 billion in damage during 2012's...
SETH BORENSTEIN
May 18, 2021
news.yahoo.com
Climate change-triggered sea level rise added $8 billion in damage during 2012's Superstorm Sandy, one of nation's costliest weather disasters, a new study...
SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer
May 18, 2021
ABC News
A new study says climate change added $8 billion to the massive costs of 2012's Superstorm Sandy
By SETH BORENSTEIN
May 18, 2021
AP NEWS
Climate change-triggered sea level rise added $8 billion in damage during 2012's Superstorm Sandy, one of nation's costliest weather disasters, a new study said.During Sandy -- a late fall freak combination of a hurricane and other storms that struck New York and surrounding areas -- the seas were almost 4 inches (9.6 centimeters) higher because of human-caused climate change, according to a study in Tuesday's journal Nature Communications.
Disha Shetty | IndiaSpend
November 1, 2019
@bsindia
Read more about Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata among cities that may be submerged by 2050: Report on Business Standard. The study was led by scientists Scott A. Kulp and Benjamin H. Strauss of Climate Central, an independent organisation of scientists, journalists and researchers

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