Unilever Sells Ben & Jerry’s Business in Israel, Defusing Dispute


JERUSALEM — Unilever said on Wednesday that it had sold the Israeli arm of the ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s, nearly a year after Ben & Jerry’s set off a fury in Israel by saying it would stop selling its products in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.

Unilever, a British conglomerate that bought the American company Ben & Jerry’s in 2000, said it was selling its subsidiary’s wing in Israel to the ice cream maker’s longstanding partner there, Avi Zinger, who would continue to sell the…



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