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Targeted consumer boycotts are convincing retailers across the world to stop selling products from companies profiting from Israel’s crimes. Many Israeli exporters complain that it is getting harder for them to export their products.

The Palestinian BDS National Committee (BNC) calls for a boycott of Israeli and international companies that are complicit in violations of Palestinian rights. Virtually all Israeli companies are complicit to some degree in Israel’s system of occupation and apartheid. We focus our boycotts on a small number of companies and products for maximum impact. We focus on companies that play a clear and direct role in Israel’s crimes and where we think we can have an impact.

Check with BDS organisations in your country for the brands being targeted in your community.

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A targeted consumer boycott focuses on a small number of companies

The BNC is currently encouraging consumer boycotts of the following products and brands:

Israeli Fruit and Vegetables

Fruits, vegetables and wines from Israel are often wrongly labelled as “Produce in Israel” when they come from stolen Palestinian land. Boycott all produce from Israel in your supermarket and demand they are removed from shelves.


AXA invests in Israeli banks, which finance the theft of Palestinian land and natural resources. Do not buy insurance policies with AXA, or if you currently have an insurance policy with them, try cancelling it. For more information visit:


Hewlett Packard helps run the biometric ID system that Israel uses to restrict Palestinian movement. For more information, see


Puma sponsors the Israel Football Association, which includes teams in Israel’s illegal settlements on occupied Palestinian land. For more information, see:


Soda Steam is actively complicit in Israel's policy of displacing the indigenous Bedouin-Palestinian citizens of Israel in the Naqab (Negev). SodaStream have a long history of mistreatment of and discrimination against Palestinian workers.


Ahava cosmetics has its production site, visitor center and main store in an illegal Israeli settlement.


Sabra hummus is a joint venture between PepsiCo and the Strauss Group, an Israeli food company that provides financial support to the Israeli army.


Pillsbury products are made on stolen Palestinian land in illegal Israeli settlements.

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