Unilever Strikes Deal to Resume Ben & Jerry's Sales in West Bank

American multinational Unilever, which owns Ben & Jerry’s, agrees to sell its business in Israel to the local licensee, which is 'fully committed' to the ice cream brand's presence in Israel and West Bank settlements

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Just under a year after Ben & Jerry's announced that it would end sales of ice cream in the Israeli settlements, the politically active American brand’s parent company has announced that it has come to an agreement with its local licensee to end the boycott, paving the way for continued sales of its products in Israel and the West Bank.

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