The label on Psagot wines avoids saying that the vineyards from which they come are in the West Bank, describing them only as in “the southern Jerusalem Mountains.” The wines that are exported to Europe are labeled as a product of Israel, a designation that would be prohibited under a proposed European Union regulation.
The label on Psagot wines avoids saying that the vineyards from which they come are in the West Bank, describing them only as in “the southern Jerusalem Mountains.” The wines that are exported to Europe are labeled as a product of Israel, a designation that would be prohibited under a proposed European Union regulation. Joel Greenberg McClatchy
The label on Psagot wines avoids saying that the vineyards from which they come are in the West Bank, describing them only as in “the southern Jerusalem Mountains.” The wines that are exported to Europe are labeled as a product of Israel, a designation that would be prohibited under a proposed European Union regulation. Joel Greenberg McClatchy

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November 05, 2015 12:15 PM

EU expected to bar labeling West Bank products as ‘Made in Israel’

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