Apartheid in the Fields: From Occupied Palestine to UK Supermarkets (2020 Update): Contents

Part 1

Introduction

The ongoing ethnic cleansing of the Jordan Valley

Israel’s annexation plan for the Jordan Valley (map)

Mislabelling: A systematic and deliberate attempt to mislead consumers

Why do companies mislabel settlement goods as ‘Produce of Israel’?

Examples of systematic mislabelling uncovered by Corporate Occupation’s research in 2018

Timeline: national & EU legislation, regulations & case-law relating to labelling of goods from colonies


Part 2: Interviews with Palestinian workers
Making a killing in Tomer settlement
“If we had water, we would farm our own land”
“There are 400 or 500 settlers in the four settlements, and they have more water than all of the 8000 Palestinians who live in Bardala, Kurdala & Ein al-Beida.”
Workers’ rights: our findings at a glance

Part 3: Key companies exporting from settlements to supermarkets
Mehadrin
Jaffa
Miriam Shoham
Galilee
Hadiklaim
Mor International
Arava

Part 4: Some international companies involved in the export & marketing of settlement goods
Brousse Vergez
Fratelli Orsero
Sahara Gold/International Golden Foods

Part 5: Jordan Valley settlements & the companies sourcing from them
Argaman settlement
Beit Ha’Arava settlement
Mehola settlement
Na’ama settlement
Jordan Valley Central Settlement Regional Council
Tomer settlement

Part 6: The complicity of European importers & packing houses
Greenyard Fresh
IPL
Watts Farms, Worldwide Fruit, Fresca Group

Part 7: The complicity of UK supermarkets
Co-op
Tesco
Waitrose
Aldi
Morrisons
M&S
Sainsbury’s
Asda
Lidl

Chart showing which UK supermarkets source goods from settlement companies

Volunteer in the Jordan Valley

Endnotes

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