Following a July 6 announcement that it would no longer allow the sale of wine made in the West Bank labeled as "Made in Israel," the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has retracted its position per a free-trade agreement between the countries. Canada does not recognize Israel's sovereignty over the West Bank, and the original announcement noted that the labels were providing consumers with incorrect information. An official reportedly blamed the announcement on a "low-level person" within the CFIA. See National Post, July 13, 2017.