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What is Wiki Settlement Products?
Wiki Settlement Products is a project by the Gush Shalom Movement (Israeli Peace Bloc). Its goal is to organize and make available to the public, in the most systematic and up to date manner possible, information about the factories and businesses that operate in settlements beyond the Green Line (pre-1967 border) and the products that they produce.
In 1996-97, not long after the establishment of Gush Shalom, we publicized information about settlement products, based on data gathered by our activists. In the intervening years that information, for which we did not claim any copyright, was widely disseminated – not only in the print and online versions that we publicized ourselves, but also by many other individuals and organizations. The information was copied and disseminated by various groups in the broad Israeli peace movement and abroad, and it was even read from the Knesset podium by Knesset Member Tamar Zandberg of Meretz.
Moreover – on several occasions the settlers themselves, and their allies, when calling upon their supporters to use settlement products, also used the information that was publicized by Gush Shalom - verbatim, including several typos…
Constructing the Project
Over the years, many changes have taken place in the economic, political and legal situation in general and in particular in the composition of the factories and businesses active in the settlements. A considerable number of businesses that were located in the settlements in the 1990's have since moved to within the Green Line, or have ceased to exist. Some of these cases earned extensive media publicity. Many other cases were not as famous. In recent months our activists undertook a systematic examination.
It should be stressed that all of the information that appears here was gathered by means of the voluntary activity of activists from Gush Shalom, an NGO with limited resources and funds and which (attn. Justice Minister Shaked) receives no government support – neither from the government of Israel nor from any foreign government.
We used the Wikipedia software which is freely available online to anyone wanting to open their own Wiki on any subject and in any field they wish. We are grateful to Wikipedia for providing us with this opportunity. Clicking on any word that appears in blue leads to a webpage with additional information.
It should be mentioned that this is an ongoing project, as the Settlement Products Team continues its activity. On this page you can view information about common settlement products and links to more extensive information about factories and businesses in settlements, divided into subjects as well as according to areas of economic operations. Also available is other relevant information, such as companies that are located within the Green Line but are active in marketing settlement products.
Sources and Methods of Gathering Information on Settlement Products
To the material that was publicized by Gush Shalom in 1996-97 and which was updated from time to time since then, data was periodically added as it was provided to us by members and supporters who discovered settlement products in the course of their daily lives (we are deeply grateful to everyone who has helped us in collecting this information).
In the framework of Settlement Products Wiki we present below links to information that was gathered about factories that have left their locations in settlements and moved to within the Green Line, businesses that have gone out of business, and those whose continued existence and location remain in doubt. We thank everyone who has helped us with these issues.
In the course of our work we found material that was previously gathered and publicized by other peace groups, especially the "Who Profits From the Occupation?" project. We are also grateful to Peace Now for the information that Modan Bags has closed down its plant in the settlement of Shaked.
In the course of gathering the data it was found that much, varied information is publicized online by the settlers themselves. Not only do businesses and factories maintain their own websites, there are two online directories that specifically cover factories and businesses in the settlements – "Dapei Katom" (Orange Pages) and "The Business Community of Samaria, Ariel, Jordan Valley, Binyamin". The editing and presentation of these directories have a clear and prominent ideological slant. At the same time, we saw fit to refer to them frequently in the course of our work and to cross-reference the listings concerning different factories and businesses. Generally speaking we consider the listings of a business in those directories to be a reliable testimony to its existence and to its being active in a settlement. And vice versa – when a business which is known to have been located at a certain settlement no longer appears in the current directories that are publicized by the settlers, that constitutes evidence that the business has relocated or has ceased to exist.
In addition to the above, industrial zones in the settlements publicize detailed lists of the factories located within them. The Barkan industrial zone specifically publicizes a detailed and user-friendly list of the factories located there, including their area of business, contact people and telephone numbers.
However, it was found that such lists are not necessarily fully updated. Several phone numbers that appear on the Barkan Industrial Zone's website yield the automatic message "the number you have reached has been disconnected". The telephone number of the Bar Chairs/United Systems furniture company is answered with a recording that announces that the company "has moved to it's new location in Tel-Aviv".
Finally, we must mention the immense benefit that our team reaped from Dunsguide, "Dun and Bradstreet"'s online directory of companies as well as from judicial portal Takdin which comprises an extensive collection of court rulings in civil proceedings, including those in which settlement companies are involved. More than once, details were found in these two resources that the companies themselves chose not to reveal in their websites and in the information that they provide to the media.
How to send us questions, corrections and additional information
The purpose of this project is not to harm anyone, but rather to provide the public with accurate as possible information. The information that appears in this project was collected by volunteers and although we made immense efforts to avoid mistakes, it is possible that the project is not devoid of such. In the event that any mistakes are found in the information, they were done inadvertently and with no malicious intent.
Anyone wishing to correct mistakes, add details and/or share new information can do so by emailing us at the address below. In the event that new information is found to be reliable, we undertake to correct any mistake and to add relevant information, so that each and every user can make independent and informed decisions.
We can be contacted by email at the address:
Findings: Misleading and Concealing the Location of Factories
Many factories and businesses that are located in settlements try to conceal or obscure their location – especially companies that export to other countries or maintain other international relations. The information on the companies' websites, their advertisements in newspapers and on the packaging of their products, is often incomplete or misleading. Many companies provide two addresses, one in a settlement and one within the Green Line, in a manner that makes it very difficult to ascertain their actual location.
Click here for the compilation of the findings:
- Settlement Businesses that Conceal Their Location - in Advertisements, on Websites, and/or on Packaging
Following are several examples:
The Frid blanket manufacturing company is located in the Barkan Industrial Zone. The company publicizes a list of shops all over Israel where its products are sold, yet without mentioning the location of the factory where the blankets are made. The same tactic is used by the furniture chain store Beitili, by Keter Plastic and by additional companies.
The Meshek Zuriel dairy markets products that come in part from the settlement Shadmot Mehola in the Jordan Valley, and part come from plants in the Galilee and the Negev. In many cases there is no transparency and no mention of the source of the product on the package.
Another method of misleading is concealing the source of the product under a "manufacturer's code". For example, General Mills Ltd., the Israeli branch of a large US manufacturer of baked goods, manufactures the brand Pillsbury. The package of the product "Pillsbury Brownies – Chocolate Flavored Balls" reads: "Produced for General Mills Ltd., Ramle, by manufacturer's code SLGL."
A website operated by the Ministry of the Economy enables deciphering manufacturer's codes of this type, leading to the discovery that in the case at hand the product comes from the Shalgal Food Ltd. Factory, located in the Atarot Industrial Zone, in an area that was annexed to Jerusalem (in fact, it is much closer to Ramallah than to the center of Jerusalem, and is the site of numerous conflicts between the Israeli military and the Palestinian residents). Even though the code can be deciphered, it is obvious that there is a huge discrepancy between the information provided in this manner on a product label and the fundamental commitment of a commercial company to provide the consumer with reliable and transparent information on the products that it markets.
In the case of foods, we often used the location of the rabbinate that issued the kosher certificate for products – information which the companies must provide on the package if they want to reach consumers who observe kashrut. We adopted the reasonable surmise, that the rabbinate that issues the certificate for a product is the rabbinate in the location or the area where the product was manufactured (except in cases of ultra-Orthodox kashrut, in which case the certificates are nation-wide). A kashrut certificate that was issued by the rabbinates in West Bank locations such as Ariel, Hebron, the Samaria Region Rabbinate, the Jordan Valley Rabbinate, etc., is reliable evidence that the products come from settlements at these locations. Thus, for example, a container of hummus produced by Achva may provide an address in Nes Tsiona, but the kashrut certificate from the Ariel Rabbinate testifies to the location of the factory where the hummus was manufactured.
The most blatant deception that our team found has to do with dates – especially Medjool dates, which are a major economic branch in the Jordan Valley settlements and a large portion of which are designated for export. For example, the Jordan River company markets dates from the Jordan Valley in carton boxes on which there is no printing in Hebrew nor any mention of the origin of the dates. The writing on the boxes of dates is in English, sometimes in other European languages (German, French, Spanish, Italian) and sometimes also in Arabic. Some of the Jordan River boxes bear "Orientalist" illustrations of camel-riders against the background of an exotic city with mosque minarets, which might create the impression for a superficial observer that they are an Arab product. However, when marketed in Israel, a Hebrew-language sticker is added to the packages that notes the origin of the dates as the Jordan Valley, the name of the packaging plant (Gilgal, Tomer, etc.) and the rabbinate that certified kashrut – the Jordan Valley Rabbinate.
Click here for more information about dates:
As opposed to the examples above, we should note the transparency policy of the Sasson Levinsky company, which markets assorted dried fruits, some of which are produced at its plant in Kiryat Gat and some at the packaging plant in the settlement Gilgal in the Jordan Valley. In this case the origin of the fruit is clearly noted on each and every package, in a manner that allows – at least a knowledgeable consumer who checks labels – ascertaining the source of the product before purchasing.
Findings: Companies that have left the settlements or have closed
In recent years there have been several prominent examples of companies that were located in the settlements (especially in the Barkan industrial zone) and relocated to within the Green Line, often in connection with forming international relations and specifically the purchase of the company by an international company. These examples include the Barkan Winery, which moved from the industrial zone from which it takes its name, to Kibbutz Hulda; Yardeni Locks, which moved from Barkan to the Bar Lev Industrial Park in the Galilee; Multilock,which moved from Barkan to Yavne; Bagel & Bagel, which moved from Barkan to Safed; and recently Soda Stream, which relocated from Mishor Adumim to the Negev, following an unsuccessful attempt at a PR campaign starring Scarlett Johansson. Soon afterwards the cosmetics firm Ahava announced that it was relocating from the Mitspe Shalem settlement to Kibbutz Ein Gedi, within the Green Line.
Other cases which were less prominent in the media included Intercosma Cosmetics (Atarot industrial zone to Ashdod); children's furniture company Ikoo Designs (Barkan to Ashdod and Nesher); MBT Biological Laboratories that is owned by the pharmaceutical giant Teva, which quietly relocated from the Atarot industrial zone to Beit Shemesh; and the Delta textile company, which moved its warehouses from the Atarot industrial zone to Cesaria. As mentioned above, these companies are joined by the furniture company Bar Chairs/United Systems, which still appears in the Barkan industrial zone directory, but has set up an automatic message notifying of its relocation to Tel-Aviv.
See here for the full list:
Another prominent case that has not yet been covered in the media is that of the Adanim Tea company, which was established and operated in its first years in the settlement Ofra, the "flagship" of the national-religious ideological settlements. According to the information that the team was able to gather, around 2002 the company moved from Ofra to Bethelehem-in-the-Galilee, then from there to Upper Nazareth, That was the time of the second intifada, and at that time the company was starting to develop widespread activity in Europe, especially in France and Germany.
Information that we found online testifies to the long history of shoe polish company Mavrik Industries, which was founded in the 1930's in Tel-Aviv, became the largest factory of its type in Israel and in the entire Middle East and engulfed 28 competing factories. The company moved to the Mishor Adumim settlement industrial zone – which turned out to be an unlucky business choice that ended in its folding during the second intifada. Similarly, Atlas Sweets, which was one of the leading manufacturers of chewing gum in Israel since the 1970's, relocated to the Atarot industrial zone in East Jerusalem and there faced serious business difficulties when the second intifada broke out. The company ultimately folded and its equipment and brand were purchased by the Mastix company from Beit Shemesh. Documents from the Companies' Registrar and court rulings tell the story of Abir Textile Industries, Abir Thread Industries, Sabrilon Thread Technology and Hadoron Textile Marketing, which were located in the Barkan industrial zone, became intertwined, conducted intricate power struggles and ultimately nearly all of them went bankrupt and entered into receivership. We can mention information that was uncovered about additional settlement companies that faced bankruptcy, receivership and closure – including Ariye Plast from the Ma'aleh Efraim industrial zone, Mey Tsurim from Rosh Tsurim in Gush Etzion, the Hebron Settlers' Carpentry, and several others.
For details click here:
Findings: "Hebrew Labor" and Palestinian Workers
Since 1967 the State of Israel has maintained control over the Palestinian economy. The policies concerning economic development, taxation, customs, import and export – are all controlled by the Israeli government according to the economic interests of Israel in general and of Israeli companies in particular, without the Palestinians having any way to exert influence. Even the Gaza Strip, from which the State of Israel "separated", is still included within the "Customs Envelope" and constitutes a captive market. Israeli companies reap significant profits from exporting to the Gaza Strip. Part of the economic dependence which Israel has enforced on the Palestinians is the situation in which many Palestinian workers must seek work in the settlement industrial zones, where they serve as a pool of cheap labor (even if the salaries are sometimes higher than those paid by Palestinian employers).
In recent years the settlers have been portraying themselves as the patrons of the Palestinian workers. Spokespersons for the settlers in the political arena routinely bemoan the fate of the Palestinian workers in the settlements, who might lose their jobs as the result of steps such as marking settlement products in Europe. However, perusing the Orange Pages directory, which is published by the settlers for the purpose of their own internal communications, reveals a picture that is quite opposite.
Many businesses that operate in the settlements prominently proclaim their policy of not employing Palestinian workers. This is done by means of employing the term "Hebrew labor", and sometimes in a more blatant manner, such as "the work is performed by Jewish workers only". Among the expressions used by settler businesses to describe themselves our team found "Hebrew labor!!!" (exclamation points in the original), "Hebrew labor from A to Z", "Produced by high quality Hebrew labor", "Do you require Hebrew labor? You've come to the right place!", "Reliability, dedication, good service and Hebrew labor", "Gracious service, Hebrew labor from the heart", and also paradoxical statements, such as "Hebrew labor, French speaking". It is obvious that among the target audience of this directory, a business that employs only Jews and has a policy of excluding Arabs is attractive to potential clients.
In the framework of the consumer information here we saw fit to gather in a special table the settlement businesses that advertise and take pride in "Hebrew labor".
Definitions and the Political and Legal Background
What is a Settlement? Who is a Settler? Who is listed here and why?
Since 1967 the terms "settler" and"settlement" have become prevalent in the public and political discourse in Israel. However, there is disagreement concerning the exact meaning of those terms. Often, the word "settlers" is used to describe people who hold a religious, radically nationalist outlook, bordering on messianic, who consider settling in "Judea and Samaria" to be a religious and national mission of the first order, the realization of a divine promise, and who set themselves apart by means of characteristic dress and lifestyle, which are very different from the norm in Israeli society in general.
As far as we are concerned, settlements of this type are merely one type of the settlements that were established in the Occupied Territories since 1967. Our definition, on the basis of which we decided which factories and businesses would be included in this project, is: a settlement is any civilian community that is designated for the residence of Israeli citizens in the territories that were occupied by the IDF in June 1967 and which the State of Israel continues to hold to the present day. A settler is any person residing in such a settlement. And especially relevant for the information that appears here – an industrial zone that is designated for Israeli entrepreneurs and business people and which was established in the occupied territories is a settlement industrial zone.
We do not ignore the fact that the settlers are not a homogeneous public. There are secular settlers, pretty ordinary Israelis, who were drawn to locations such as Ma'aleh Adumim or Ariel mainly because of the generously government-subsidized housing there; orthodox settlers in places like Beitar Elite and Modi'in Elite, who would have just as easily moved to orthodox towns within the Green Line, if any were built; and "Labor Movement settlers" in the Jordan Valley and the Golan Heights, who live in kibbutzim and moshavim. There are secular settlers and religious settlers, ideological settlers and non-ideological settlers, violent settlers who personally use force against their Palestinian neighbors and non-violent settlers who leave it to the IDF soldiers to employ force in order to maintain settlements in occupied territory.
However, all of the settlers – regardless of their personal motivation – are complicit in the settlement enterprise by the fact of their living there. The settlement enterprise's fundamental and proclaimed goal is to create "facts on the ground", to perpetuate Israel's rule over the territories that were occupied in 1967 and to prevent the Palestinian residents in those territories from establishing an independent state and living as a free nation in their land – without there being any intention of ever granting them Israeli citizenship, or the right to vote for the parliament and government that control their lives. Thus, all of the settlers, by the fact of their residing in settlements, are complicit in violating international law which prohibits an occupying power from settling its citizens in the occupied territory. All of the settlers are complicit in establishing and maintaining an obstruction that prevents Israel and its citizens from achieving peace with our Palestinian neighbors and with the Arab states. All of the settlers – whatever their personal motivation – are complicit in the continued deterioration of Israel towards the future of an apartheid state, a state that is quagmired in endless wars and bloodshed, and which is denounced and treated as a pariah around the globe.
Sometimes we are asked, "Why do you hate the settlers?" The answer is unequivocal: we do not hate the settlers. The settlers are human beings just like us and Israeli citizens just like us. They love their families no less that we do ours. Like most human beings, the settlers are fully and honestly convinced that their actions and lifestyle are right and just. We do not hate the settlers. We do consider them to be people who are performing an extremely significant political act by residing in occupied territory. In our view, that action is extremely damaging and dangerous to the future of all of us (and especially to the future of the settlers themselves!). If the settlers cease and desist from this political act, then from that moment on we will have no reason to argue with or confront them.
The lists here also include businesses that are physically located within the Green Line, yet which contribute significantly to the settlement activity. For example, the Shufersal supermarket chain, which is a nationwide chain, yet under its brand Green, it markets numerous products that originate in settlements, or the Meiron & Salman Law Office, which is located in Tel-Aviv but which describes itself thus: "Our office specializes in real estate, especially in the Judea and Samaria district. Our office has vast experience in handling issues vis a vis the authorities that regulate assets in Judea and Samaria, including the Civil Administration."
"The Boycott Law"
In 2011 an event shook the political and legal systems in Israel. Late at night and following an explosive debate, the Knesset passed the law known as the Boycott Law, which prohibits Israeli citizens from calling for a boycott of settlement products. Only a boycott of settlement products was prohibited, not calling for any other type of boycott.
Israeli citizens who are religious Jews are permitted to call for a boycott of non-kosher restaurants (the Chief Rabbinate of Israel and the municipal rabbinates do this all the time, on a large scale and with public funding). Social justice movements can call for boycotting products that are exorbitantly priced (as they did in the course of the social protest in 2011). Vegetarians can call for boycotting animal products. Even the extreme right wing is allowed to call for a boycott against the Arab citizens. A settler organization called The Samaria Settlers' Committee recently did just that, including publicizing a detailed list of the names and addresses of Arab-owned shops which the organization called to boycott – without the law enforcement authorities in Israel considering taking any action against them.
As opposed to all the types of boycotts that are legal, calling for a boycott of settlement products, and only that specific call, became the grounds for being sued for damages under Israeli law.
Gush Shalom considers this legal and public reality as being unfair and a grave blow to the freedom of expression of Israeli citizens. Together with many other movements and institutions we participated in protest demonstrations in the streets before and after the law was passed, and also in petitioning the High Court of Justice to support our campaign. Unfortunately, the judges of the High Court of Justice dashed our hopes and following deliberations that lasted several years, they rejected all of the petitions against the the Boycott Law.
Considering this legal situation, Gush Shalom clarifies, for the avoidance of all doubt, that the action of gathering information about factories and businesses in settlements and publicizing same through the Settlement Products Wiki is by no means an intention to call for the boycotting of settlement products. The purpose of gathering and publicizing the information is to provide the most reliable and accurate consumer information that we were able to gather, in order to enable consumers – each and every one individually – to make wise and informed decisions according to their personal considerations.
As things stand in Israel in March 2016, there is no legislative or legal restriction on gathering and publicizing consumer information. The source of the products that are offered for sale on shelves is essential and relevant consumer information – no less than their chemical and nutritional contents, the working conditions of the workers who produced them, the effect of their production on the environment or on animals, and other factors that are currently considered to be material consumer considerations. Therefore, the Gush Shalom Movement takes full responsibility for the gathering and publication of the data that appears in Settlement Products Wiki, as a voluntary action for the public benefit.
Table of Common Settlement Products
As far as we know, there is no connection between the Tvu'ot Bar company that appears in this list and is located in the Barkan Industrial Zone in the West Bank, and the Tvu'ot company, which is located in Kibbutz Ma'aleh Ha'chamisha, within the Green Line.
2) "Samaria Dairies" (Machlevot Ha'shomron) that manufacture Ha'shomron Cheeses, is not a settlement business and it is located in Binyamina, within the Green Line. The word "Samaria" (Shomron) in the name of the business does not refer to "Judea and Samaria" as this term has been used since 1967, rather to an earlier use, whereby Samaria was the term for the area of Emek Hefer, Hedera and Binyamina.
Note to English Version: These tables have been translated from the original Hebrew lists, which are organized alphabetically. The English version has retained the original order of the names in Hebrew.
|Company||Products||Location||Notes (1)||Notes (2)|
|Adumim Chemicals/Castigan|| Cleaning products, baking products,
additives and stabilizers for foods
|Mishor Adumim industrial zone||Click for notes-Adumim Chemicals|
|Avgol||(Subsidiary of Gazit-Globe)||Hygiene Products||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Oppenheimer||Sweets||Atarot Industrial Zone|
|Achva/Achdut||Tehina, halva, sweets||Ariel/Barkan Industrial Zone||
Extensive marketing abroad. On some packages address listed as Tel-Aviv or Nes Tsiona
|Click for notes - Achva/Achdut|
|XMarket||Mattresses, beds||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|A.L. 5 Stars/AL Five Stars||Sweets, baked goods||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|E.M.B. Yarden Agricultural Farm Ltd.||Cosmetics, Yarden soap||Elazar Industrial Zone||Has address also in Beit Dagan|
|Amgazit||Gas canisters, picnic and camping stoves||Kfar Etzion||Lists address as Harel Industrial Zone which is inside Israel|
|Cakes and cookies||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Anise Kitchens/YD Wood Industry||Kitchens||Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone|
|AS Cohen Marketing||Asli brand onion and grill-flavored snacks||also cleaning products, bleach, dishwashing soap|
|Aroma Na'ama||Spices, herbs||Na'ama, Jordan Valley|
Better and Different/"Eretz Yisrael Fruit ("Land of Israel Fruit")
|Vegan foods||Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone||Also lists addresses in Migdal Ha'emek and Jerusalem|
Beytsei Kfar-Farm Eggs/Quality Food Industry
|Eggs||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Beitili/Carmel Group Holdings (I.L.) Ltd.||Furnuture chain store, carpets and home furnishings||Barkan Industrial Zone||Owned by Carmel Holdings (I.L.) Ltd.||Click for notes - Beitili|
|Hashomron ("Samaria") Meat Ltd.-Glasner||Meat wholesellers||Karney Shomron||Also operates in the Sharon area, in addition to the settlements|
|Hashomron ("Samaria") Meat and Karnei Shomron Ltd.||Meat||Elon Moreh|
|Jump Fashion Ltd.||Women's clothing||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Giv'ot Olam/GO||Organic freerange eggs/goat cheese products/yogurt/grapes for wine||Itamar/ Giv'ot Olam outpost||Eggs marketed by Shufersal/Teva Kastel/Liv ("Live More in Nature")/Harduf/Adama||Owner Avri Ran has violently attacked Palestinians and Israeli peace activists|
|Good Food||Preserved meat||Ma'aleh Efraim|
|Gariney Ha'bayit||Nuts and seeds||Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone|
|Pure Natural Honey("Dvash Tahor Tiv'i")||Honey||Avigail|
|Adumim Fish||("Dagei Adumim")||Manufacturing and Processing Foods||Ma'aleh Adumim|
|Holy Cacao||Artisan chocolate||Pnei Hever|
|Zehavei Hakerem/Yemenite Delicacies||Spices and Salads, Yemenite cuisine||Barkan Industrial Zone||Click for notes - Zehavei Hakerem/Ma'adanei Teyman|
|Zorganika Medjool Dates||Organic dates||Hamra|
|Barkan Mounts("Zro'ot Barkan")||TV mounts||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Zriha Hlavin Industries||Plastic||Barkan Industrial Zone||The Zriha Hlavin Group includes six other firms||Click for notes - Zriha Hlavin Industries|
|Hagolan Spice Farm||Spices and medicinal herbs||Avinoam|
|Tofu Taim Ltd.||Whole foods||Alfey Menashe|
|Ta'aman||Canned food, foods with special "Mehuderet" kosher certificate||Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone||Brands include Zaza, Chupi, Palfi|
|Yevuley Eretz Bereshit ("Genesis") Dates||Dates||Ma'aleh Efraim||Yevuley Eretz Bereshit is owned by N.S.Water and Maintenance Services|
|Yahalom Cleaning Products Industries Ltd.||Cleaning products||Karney Shomron Industrial Zone||Location is not listed on product labels|
|Yikvei Ha'cormim||Wine||Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone|
|Yikvei Ramat Ha'golan
("Golan Heights Winery")
|Wine||Katzrin Industrial Zone|
|Kerem Natural Food Products||Manufactures and imports health foods||Barkan industrial zone||At least some labels on products give address in Beit Shemesh||Company website notes Barkan industrial zone as their location|
|Keter Plastic||Household and garden products, plastic furniture||Barkan Industrial Zone||Website obscures the location of the factory||Click for notes - Keter Plastic|
|Ramat Ha'golan Dairies("Golan Heights Dairies")||Milk and milk products, esp. UHT milk, UHT chocolate milk and UHT cream||Katzrin Industrial Zone||Products also marketed as the brands Tnuva, Tara, Yotveta|
|Molitan Industries (2010) Ltd.||Sewing threads, dye works||Barkan Industrial Zone||On the internet, Molitan gives addresses in Nahariya and Migdal Ha'emek||Click for notes - Molitan Industries|
|Mey Eden/Ma'ayanot Eden||Mineral Water||Katzrin Industrial Zone|
|Mia Spice of Life/Mia Food Industries/Mia Foods/T.M. Ltd./Selected||Spices, legumes, sweets||Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone||Click for notes - Mia Spice of Life|
|Neguhot Apiary/Nego Honey||Healthy honey||Neguhot|
|Melah Ha'aretz/Israel Salt Co.||Salt||Kibbutz Kalia||Has additional plant in Atlit||Brands: Oz Salt, Ha'aretz Salt|
|Ma'adanei Sharp||Sausages||Elon Moreh Industrial Zone|
|Ha'bira Chicken Salughterhouse||Chicken||Mishor Adumim Industrial Zone|
|Jerusalem Chicken Slaughterhouse||Chicken||Atarot Industrial Zone|
|Meshek Zuriel||Cow and goat milk, soy milk, goat milk yogurt, cheese, tofu||Shedamot Mehola||Labels do not disclose origin||Click for notes - Meshek Zuriel|
|Nahar Hayarden("Jordan River")||Medjool dates||Settlements in the Jordan Valley|
|Nicol/Bianca||Scrub pads, sponges, dishwashing pads||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Sun City Solar Systems||Solar systems||Elon Moreh|
|Sachut Tari/Eco Alpha||Natural juices||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Shamir Salads||Salads, including the brand "Tari-Tari"||Barkan Industrial Zone||Conceals its location on its website||Click for notes - Shamir Salads|
|Abadi Cookies/Abadi Middle Eastern Cookies||Savory baked goods||Atarot Industrial Zone||Products sold in ten countries||Click for notes - Abadi Cookies|
|Ofertex||cleaning cloths||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Etz Ha'sadeh||Buckwheat flour||Yitzhar||Labels note: "Produced by Hebrew Labor"|
|Herbs of Kedem/Les Herbes Kedem||Organic products - cosmetics, skin care, health products||Carmel-South Hebron Mt.||Carmel settlers participate in harassment of marginalized Palestinian communities||Click for notes - Herbs of Kedem|
|Pomerantz Juices Ltd.||Soft drinks||Mevo Horon/Giv'at Ze'ev|
|Fun Bak||Nut spread, black tehina||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Tekoa Mushrooms/Tekoa Mushroom Farm||Growing, importing, packaging and marketing fruit and vegetables||Tekoa||Including fresh and dries edible mushrooms, endive, fresh ginger, shallots||Has nearly absolute control of marketing ginger in Israel|
|Pillsbury/Shalgal/General Mills||Baked goods||Atarot Industrial Zone||Pillsbury is a worldwide brand owned by the USA General Mills Corp.||Click for notes - Pillsbury|
|Fibertech||Fiberglass pipes||Karney Shomron Industrial Zone||Click for notes - Fibertech|
|Hativ snacks 2015 Ltd.||Dried sweetened pineapple||The company is located in Petach Tikva; the fruit comes from the Bekaot packaging plant|
|Plasto-Polish/Zebra Japanese scouring pads||Scouring pads||Barkan Industrial Zone||Marketed as the Shufersal brand|
|Palphot||Paper goods and pop products||Karney Shomron||School supplies, tourist guide books, cards, souvenirs|
|Frid||Quilts, pillows, linen||Ariel Industrial Zone||The company's website lists its address as Petach Tikva||Click for notes - Fried|
|Top Parquet||Carpets and parquet||Ma'aleh Shomron||Click for notes - Top Parquet|
|Cookiedo||Cakes and cookies||Beit Ariye/Ofarim||Distributes also in Petach Tikva and Bikat Ono|
|Klil Industries||Aluminum||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Kravitz||Office supplies, office furniture||Nilli||Electronics, computer supplies, craft supplies, gifts||Click for notes - Kravitz|
|Eynavis Chocolate||Chocolate and pralines||Barkan|
|Carmel Carpets/Carmel Floor Design/Carmel Carpets and Parquet||Carpets||Barkan Industrial Zone||Part of Carmel Holdings||Click for Notes - Carmel Carpets|
|Motola Conserves Ltd.||Pickles||Emmanuel Industrial Zone|
|Eretz Gshur Olive Oil||Olive Oil||Gshur||Won international prize for olive oil TerraOlivio in 2010||Click for notes - Eretz Gshur|
|Sasson & Co/Sasson Levinsky||Nuts and dried fruit||Located in Kiryat Gat, markets products from Gilgal in the Jordan Valley||The company discloses the origin of its products||Click for notes - Sasson & Co/Sasson Levinsky|
|Tvuot Bar Food 1997/Ha'aretz Bakery/Bar Mazon Produce 1997||Cakes, cookies, gluten-free baked goods, peanuts, coconut||Barkan Industrial Zone||Products marketed in Europe and the USA, location not noted on company's website||Click for notes - Tvuot Bar Food 1997/Ha'aretz Bakery|
|Bar Spices||Packaging and marketing spices||Barkan Industrial Zone|
|Jordan River Herbs/Ha'arava Growers for Export||Spices||Mehola||Partial shareholder in Ha'arava Growers for Export||Products sold in Holland, Britain and the USA|