You’re Buying Fake Olive Oil…Here’s How To Avoid It!

You’re Buying Fake Olive Oil…Here’s How To Avoid It!

You’re Buying Fake Olive Oil…Here’s How To Avoid It!
The majority of extra virgin olive oil on the grocery store is fake! That means the oil rancid, cut with cheaper oils, and does not meet the requirements to be extra virgin olive oil. Stick with single origin extra virgin olive oil from a trusted source, I would only buy a handful of olive oil brands to cook with, most of them are talked about in this video. Hope you find this helpful!

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Hardeep kaur

May 10, 2022 @ 9:02 pm


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May 11, 2022 @ 5:57 am


Ya'll have a problem living in America, your labelling laws. That plastic bottle from Costco can say anything it wants basically, you believe it or you don't. They can claim it's Spanish or Greek but that might mean it's only ten percent Greek. I feel a lot better living in the EU where this is very strictly controlled, no bullshit. We had problems with olive oil before so are even stricter now. According to the legal framework, EU countries have to perform annually a minimum number of controls, proportionate to the volume of olive oil marketed in their country, to ensure that marketing standards for olive oils and olive-pomace oils are respected. Those controls aim to verify that the labelling and packaging are compliant to the legal requirements and that the category of the oil is conform to the declared category. Countries work together to maintain these controls. So basically if you want the real deal buy an oil produced in the EU for the EU. You can find it in speciality shops not super markets. Not something bottled produced and marketed in America. Except i would say locally produced olive oil where the provenance is absolutely well known, where the single origin American reputation is at stake. Same wih wine. Absolutely, same with honey.

Ashley HP

May 13, 2022 @ 11:30 pm


What about the Mina EVOO that is on the table?

Everett Napihaa

May 13, 2022 @ 11:42 pm


Olive oil is a rip- off! How many bottles being spent on before getting a decent one?(and then it's not consistent). Like the many food products poisoning people (the only time it's consistent)that even the Corporate food experts won't eat.

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