Ahdut Factory | Ariel I.Z.| May 2008 | Photographed by Who ProfitsAhdut Factory | Ariel I.Z.| Feb 2013 | Photographed by Who ProfitsCompany's tahini mislabeled as 'produce of Israel'. The address on the package, 36 Aharon Boxer street, Ness Ziona, leads to a private house in a residential neighborhood within Israel and not to the company's factories in the West Bank | Edeka Supermarket in Hamburg, Germany | Aug 2014 | Photographed by Who ProfitsCompany's Halva mislabeled as 'produce of Israel'. The address on the package, 36 Aharon Boxer street, Ness Ziona, leads to a private house in a residential neighborhood within Israel and not to the company's factories in the West Bank | Edeka Supermarket in Hamburg, Germany | Aug 2014 | Photographed by Who ProfitCompany's Halva mislabeled as 'produce of Israel'. The address on the package is a P.O. Box in Tel Aviv and not to the address of the company's factories in the West Bank | Edeka Supermarket in Hamburg, Germany | Aug 2014 | Photographed by Who Profit
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A manufacturer of sesame products: tahini, halva and sweets. 

The company is headquartered in the Barkan industrial zone in the West Bank, in-which the company operates a factory and its main offices. The company also runs a larger production site in the nearby industrial zone of Ariel West.

The company is major provider of tahini for the Israeli Army. 

Company products are sold in Europe under a misleading label, which doesn't indicate the location of Ahdut's production sites in the occupied Palestinian Territories. In the Israeli market company products are sold under different brand names, such as: Harduf, Live, Adama, Nitzat HaDuvdevan and Ahdut-Achva. In the cases of Harduf, Adama and Nitzat HaDuvdevan packages do not list an address for the producer.