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EU judge to rule on French requirement for “Israeli settlement” labelling

Case challenging mandatory labelling of foods from territories Israel occupied since 1967

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A senior judge at the European Court of Justice, an advocate general, will June 13 hand down a legal opinion on a case challenging a French requirement that foods imported from the territories that Israel annexed since 1967 carry “Israeli settlement” labels.


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