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Quality problems plague imported olive oil, study says

Issue Date: April 20, 2011

A new University of California study shows American consumers may often be buying imported olive oil that is mislabeled "extra virgin." The study said 73 percent of the 134 samples of top-selling imported olive oil brands failed to meet the international standards for extra virgin oil.

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