Articles about Capatriti
Kangadis Case Moves Forward Despite Bankruptcy
A suit against the seller of Capatriti olive oil is moving forward, despite the bankruptcy of the company marketing it.
Congressman Declares Olive Oil in New York ‘Not Rancid’
Before they defeated the Farm Bill Wednesday, House members debated olive oil quality, which one congressman determined "not a problem."
Judge Orders Kangadis to Recall or Relabel Capatriti Products
A judge ordered Capatriti to either recall its products, or apply a label stating that what’s inside is not really olive oil at all.
Busy Year for Olive Oil Trade Group
The North American Olive Oil Association, which represents olive oil importers, had plenty to do in 2012, said its chairman, John Sessler.
Court Finds Olive Oil Grades Mean Little to ‘Ordinary’ Consumers
A New York court sees no evidence that the perceptions of most consumers align with various labeling standards for olive oil.
Trade Group Sues Olive Oil Producer for Deceptive Labeling
It was the first time the North American Olive Oil Association, a trade group of importers, has taken legal action against a producer.