Anti-Israel Boycott of Trader Joe’s Backfires as Customers Buy Out Israeli Cheese

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Imperfect but forgiven
Trader Joe’s Israeli made “Pastures of Eden” feta cheese has been on the BDS list for quite some time. BDS has called upon its supporters to boycott the cheese because it is owned by the Tnuva group, the largest dairy producer in Israel.

A Muslim lecturer at UC Berkeley has taken heed to the call by tagging renowned anti-Semite activist Linda Sarsour in his Facebook post which petitions for locals to stop shopping at Trader Joe’s.

“Trader Joe’s is having Israeli Feta on its shelves! One more reason to stop shopping at the store,” Hatem Bazian wrote last week.

Trader Joe's is apparently enjoying a little anti-boycott action for products made in Israel.


Standing on the Promises of God!
I used to buy that cheese all the time but our Trader Joe’s stopped carrying it.
When we asked if they were going to bring it back they told us that they were getting it back but that it would have a different label. They said, “it’s exactly the same.”
It wasn’t the same at all and not even made in Israel. It was rather disgusting in fact and made me sick. I took it back and told them I wanted the one from Israel. The manager just shrugged his shoulders.