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EU law requires Occupied Territories and Israeli settlement labelling, judge says

Advocate General, Gerard Hogan, also acknowledges that food information to consumers regulation does not normally allow additional national origin labelling requirements unless quality is affected

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A senior judge from the European Court of Justice has concluded that a French rule that products from the territories that Israel has occupied since 1967 and from Israeli settlements must be identified in labelling, is in line with EU law.

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