Soda Factory, which closed in December, has been closed for several months due to its closure and is expected to close again soon.
According to the Israel Trade Union Union Committee, which represents the employees of Soda Factory in Israel, there are approximately 15,000 Soda Factory workers, and the factory’s staff is only 10 percent employed.
This has led to a significant loss of livelihoods for the workers.
The factory is closing all of the restaurants, and most of its foodstuffs, as well as the vending machines, which have been converted into a factory.
According the committee, the factory was closed in order to ensure the safety of the workers and the food supply, and as a result, the number of cases of salmonella and E.coli infections has increased by nearly half in recent months.
According to the committee’s chairperson, Gershon Golan, the closure has not only affected the employees but also the customers.
He says, “We have no way of knowing whether the closing of the factory will bring about the same results as the closure of the other factories that are in the area.”
Golan believes that the closure will have a negative impact on the surrounding communities, and that it will further reduce the number and extent of the food available to the community.
The committee’s statement concludes, “The impact of this closure is already clear.
The closure of this factory and its close associates is a blow to the entire community and the entire region.”
Read more about the Soda Factory closure:Odyssey Restaurant Group, the largest chain of restaurants in Israel and the world’s largest chain, will also be closing all its restaurants.
According a statement by Odyssey, all its restaurant locations will close in the coming weeks, and all of their employees will be laid off as a consequence.
According a spokesperson for Odyssey, “All of our restaurants in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Jerusalem are closed in the next few days, with the exception of the four locations in Jerusalem, which will remain open, with an additional five locations in Haifa open.”
The statement continues, “Odessa Restaurant Group and its partners are taking every necessary steps to ensure that their customers will not have to pay any additional prices to stay in their establishments.”
Odensea Restaurant Group said in a statement, “Our restaurants in the city of Tel Aviv and the surrounding area have been fully operational for more than 15 years and we are ready to open them again.”
Oddo Restaurant Group in Jerusalem announced earlier this month that it had closed its remaining restaurants in all of Israel and that all its employees would be laid-off as a part of the closing.