(JNS.org) The Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce said that sales of dry fruit in Israel are set to reach 400 million shekels (about $115,000) for Tu B’Shevat, representing a 50-percent jump in monthly sales.

Typically, dry fruit and nut sales for the Jewish New Year for trees in Israel amount to about 13 percent of the 3 billion shekels in annual sales for those foods. About 50-70 percent of Israeli households buy extra dry fruits and nuts for the holiday–primarily dates and walnuts, although prunes, raisins, apricots, and almonds are also popular.

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Source: JNS.org

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