Food Alert: Adulterated Olive Oil Common These Days

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The Romans were known for bringing in olives from all over the Empire to quench their thirst for olive oil. Today, it’s the entire world that can’t get enough olive oil, so this Natural News article about the increase in adulterated olive oil is not really surprising. The article is especially good because it tells you what signs to look for.

Click here to read the entire review of Tom Mueller’s book Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil.

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Olive oil from Imperia in Liguria, Italy.
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