Arizona Divesting From Ben & Jerry's Parent Company Over Settlement Boycott

Citing anti-BDS legislation, Arizona's divestment from its $143 million in Unilever bonds and commercial paper is the most significant move a U.S. state has taken over the ice cream maker's decision to halt sales in Israeli settlements

Ben Samuels
Washington
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Ben Samuels
Washington

WASHINGTON – The State of Arizona has divested all public funds from Unilever, the parent corporation of Ben & Jerry's, in light of the ice cream company's decision to halt sales in Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. This marks the most significant action taken to date on the state level over the move.

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