A kosher food truck in Israel will be rebranded after a new batch of kosher food is donated to a local family

A kosher grocery store in Tel Aviv is offering a reward of 50 shekels (around $4.10) for information leading to the arrest of the man who was behind the creation of the new batch.

The company, Shtetl Food, is currently working with local police and is looking for information on the man, Yitzhak Tzvi, who is wanted for stealing more than 100 tons of kosher products from the supermarket, according to Ynet News.

Tzvi is currently in custody and is suspected of creating a large amount of fake products.

According to the Tel Aviv District Court, he is accused of stealing the products from a warehouse owned by the Shtetr Food Company and selling them to a private buyer.

Taz Shvartz, who owns the Shitl Food warehouse, said that the new batches of kosher goods are being manufactured by a different factory than the one TzVI is suspected to be behind.

He said that he believes the suspect will be arrested within the next few days.

According to Shteteit, Shnartz has already provided information on Tzvizi to police.

The suspect is currently detained in a Tel Aviv court.