Olive oil – the real deal

olive oil2Italy has been waging a war on fake olive oils with limited success but I came across some information that may be helpful to consumers to ensure we’re getting certified genuine extra virgin olive oil – not a facsimile that has been diluted with canola oil or who knows what else. Check out this website to bring yourself up to speed on the real deal. http://truthinoliveoil.com/. You can’t always trust labelling – quelle surprise! You’re welcome.olive oil1

Here’s another writeup on the issue:

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dailybrew/the-great-olive-oil-swindle-134631629.html

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Anonymous
6 years ago

Another buyer beware product….. anything that looks like a duck, walks like a duck. quacks like a duck should be a duck….. including something as simple as pure “extra virgin” olive oil where the name alone gives the impression of purity.

Lynda Davis
6 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

It’s shocking how much we eat that is labelled inaccurately.

Maryse
Maryse
6 years ago

The book Virginity recommended on the blog you suggested is an excellent book.

Lynda Davis
6 years ago
Reply to  Maryse

Great. Thanks.

Sent from my iPad Lynda Davis

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