Hanukkah on a Diet

Ynet reports:

Israelis are buying less sufganiyot (Hanukkah donuts) and more Hanukkah candles, the Manufacturers Association of Israel reported Monday. (MORE)

The study cited “obvious health reasons” for the decline. Also a growing trend in Israel is the selling of mini-sufganiyot that are less than half the size of regular donuts.

I guess Dunkin’ Donuts Munchkins have wide-spread popularity.

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