Dutch government inspectors said they would impose a fine on a store selling wine from the occupied West Bank city of Hebron that is labelled as ‘Made in Israel’.
The warning was issued during an inspection on 10 July inspection at the Israel Products Centre in Nijkerk, an importer and retail outfit run by the pro-Israel group Christians for Israel.
The officials wanted to inspect if the wines are labelled as products from Israeli settlements and not “from Israel” in conformity with European Union Commission guidelines.
In 2015, the European Commission adopted regulations barring the labelling of products produced in areas occupied by …read more
Source:: Middle East Monitor