The National Dairy Products Market (NDM) is a market in Israel where products sold by dairy producers and processed dairy products are sold.
According to the NDM website, the market is set up to be an alternative to the large Israeli-based supermarkets, supermarkets that sell dairy products directly to consumers, or the smaller supermarkets that only sell products to retailers.
NDM is owned and operated by Israel’s Dairy Industries Authority (IDA).
In addition to dairy products sold directly to the consumer, NDM sells a variety of other dairy products including dairy milk, yogurt, cheese, and cream.
There are many options for consumers, including products that are only sold in stores.
The National Food Bank of Israel (NFFI) recommends that people take advantage of NDM.
NFFI advises that people who are interested in dairy products should buy directly from a dairy farmer or a producer who sells products directly.
The NDFI also recommends that if they want to save money on milk, they should purchase from a farmer or producer who also makes cheese and cream, which are also sold directly.
If the consumer doesn’t have access to a local dairy market, they can buy from a supermarket.
It’s not always easy to get access to local dairy markets.
The government is in the process of developing the National Dairy Markets Authority (NDFMA), which will establish an online portal to access the local markets.
NDFMA is a government agency that is responsible for regulating the market, regulation, and oversight of the dairy market.
NDMA was established to address the needs of consumers.
According the NDFDA, consumers who want to purchase milk and dairy products from a local farmer should contact the NDP directly and discuss with the farmer.
NDP has also launched a website that is designed to help people find local farmers, and has also created an online database to help consumers with dairy products.
The website lists farmers, milk and cheese products, and dairy farms that are certified to meet the standards of the NDA.
It also lists local supermarkets that are currently participating in NDFM.
If you want to know more about how to save and buy milk and milk products from local producers, NDFID recommends that you visit the National Milk Producers Federation (NNPF) website, where you can learn more about purchasing milk from local farmers and see what the best prices are on local milk and products.
It is important to note that NDFIDs regulations do not apply to consumers who are directly purchasing dairy products and products from their own farms.
NNDFID also recommends purchasing from a producer that is also a certified dairy farmer.
According NNDP’s website, if you want a product that has been processed by a farmer, you should purchase it from a certified farmer.
A few examples of certified dairy farmers that NNDIDs regulations does not apply: Alkad Dairy Farms, which processes milk for the dairy industry, is certified by the Israel National Dairy Board and is the largest dairy producer in Israel.
They produce the largest variety of milk and cream in Israel, and they are certified by NDFIA.
Alkadea Dairy Farms also processes milk products and is certified and regulated by the Israeli National Dairy Authority.
Alka Dairy Farms is the second largest dairy processor in Israel and is a certified organic producer that also processes cheese.
Alki Dairy Farms and Alki’s is certified organic by the Organic and Fair Trade Authority.
Bezalel Dairy Farms processing dairy products for the Israeli dairy industry and is also certified and inspected by the Dairy Quality Council.
Beni Dairy, which supplies the Israel dairy industry with the finest quality dairy products in the country, is a registered organic dairy processor.
Benio Dairy is certified to produce organic milk and cheeses.
Bifrost Dairy Products, which provides milk and butter products for dairy producers, is also registered by the National Organic Authority.
The company has over 10,000 registered dairy farmers in Israel who supply their milk to Israel’s dairy industry.
BIFR is the most active and successful dairy processor, with a total market value of $3.2 billion.
It processes milk, cheese and dairy dairy products that have been made by a variety and quality producers.
Bishkek-based company M&M Cheese is the third largest dairy company in Israel with $1.5 billion in market value.
The dairy company was established in 1998, and is currently the largest producer of milk in Israel (after Benio and Bifroest).
According to a 2014 report, the number of certified organic dairy farmers increased from 8,000 in 2007 to 12,000 by 2016.
According M& M Cheese’s website: “We aim to supply the highest quality dairy product that is available for consumers.
The quality of our milk and our products has been recognized by the European Union, the World Bank, and several other organizations.
Our customers are among the best in the industry.”
According to Bishtek, “M&