- Published on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 14:00
The major shopping market networks in Switzerland, known as "would hold, however" decided on Tuesday, my 29th, to remove "Made in Israel" labels, which indicates settlement products, from its markets.
The network took this decision to provide products to its customers with the utmost transparency, and to show that the network doesn't support products that are boycotted and internationally condemned.
The network spokeswomen, Monica, said that "this decision doesn't mean that we removed the products that were manufactured in settlements, yet it's the removal of "Made in Israel" label as several European states have previously done."
She also said that costumers in Switzerland are supporting Palestinians, so that's the reason the network decided to label the products as products manufactured abroad, not as Israeli goods.