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The Israeli regulations regarding production and import of food are about to undergo a major change. The "Law for the protection of public health (food)", known as "The cornflakes law" due to come into force at the end of September 2016, aims to regulate the rights and obligations of all factors involved in production, import and selling of food, in an efficient manner, including adoption of international standards and reducing bureaucratic barriers where possible. By doing so, the government hopes to increase competition in the food industry and lowering of prices to be paid by consumers.