Came across this shareworthy piece from AusFood News. It's called The Top 12 Ways Israel is Feeding the World.
In it, Abigail Klein Leichman shares some interesting points about how such a tiny nation land-wise can provide so much food. Here's a fascinating insight:
Farms can’t export unless they comply with complex and frequently changing government regulations in target countries regarding details including water, fertilizer, pesticides, plant protection, safety and labor conditions.
That’s a daunting challenge for small farms especially, which must be part of larger cooperatives if they want to sell abroad.
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