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Dutch threaten fine for stores selling Hebron wine with ‘made in Israel’ tag

16 July 2020

Warning comes during government inspection of Israel Products Center, an importer and retail outfit run by Christians for Israel group. 

Dutch government inspectors said they would fine a store selling wine from the West Bank city of Hebron that is labeled as made in Israel.

The warning came during a July 10 inspection of the Israel Products Center, an importer and retail outfit run by the pro-Israel group Christians for Israel.

In a statement, the center said that two agents from the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority did not confiscate any products but warned that the center could face fines for violating labeling requirements. The center said it would not comply.

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Dutch gov’t to fine store selling wine from Hebron, labeled from Israel: 

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