Krop | 19.01.2009 17:43 | Palestine
1) Grown in the West Bank area administered by the Palestinian Authority,
2) Grown under West Bank area administered by the Israeli Government.
The answer was 2 - it is grown by an Israeli farm, therefore almost certainly from land directly stolen from the Palestinians through illegal house demolitions, forced removals, military rule, etc.
Apparently it is "In-line" with EU regulations, that produce grown on stolen land is labelled "West Bank". Personally I think this is far too ambigious, but I know that anyone who cares about issues related to the occupation and subjugation of the Palestinians should avoid this product - and possibly any others labelled "West Bank" - from now on.