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    Former Employee - Chief Executive Officer in Amsterdam (Netherlands)
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    Great Company Culture. Aggressive growth in mature market environments, M&A

    Cons

    Extensive travel, Israel based make it necessary to work many Sundays.

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    5 steps of interviews and capabilities evaluation
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    2- interview by HR
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Website www.strauss-group.com
Headquarters Ramat Gan, Israel
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (STRS)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Milk + chocolate + coffee = the Strauss Group. A blending of confectionery company Elite Industries and dairy player Strauss Fresh Foods resulted in an operation that makes and sells a variety of retail food products, including fresh foods (dairy, salads, precut vegetables), beverages (coffee, chocolate, juices), and snacks (candy, cookies, salty items). The company's coffee and chocolate business was so dominant in Israel that it turned to international markets for growth and it is now a player worldwide. Indeed, Strauss is the world's fifth-largest coffee company... More

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