The governor of Bethlehem signed an order, on Sunday, banning the entry of Israeli agricultural products into the city, effective from May 1, Ma’an News Agency reported.
Abdul-Fattah Hamayil gave orders to security services to enforce the ban and monitor all agricultural imports.
Hamayil has also sought to ensure PA produce is not brought into the 47-year-old St. George Landmark Hotel in eastern Jerusalem.
The decision follows the ban on Israeli-grown watermelons, onions, strawberries and potatoes implemented by PA Minister of Agriculture Ahmad Majdalani earlier this month, a press statement said.
The ban, only the latest in a series of bans on Israeli goods in PA-administered enclaves, this time also seeks to impact businesses in Israel's capital of Jerusalem.
Previously PA officials have sought to fine business-owners in their enclaves who carry Israeli goods - going so far as to burn such goods in bonfires in the streets.