Articles about olive oil fraud
EU Funding to Boost Consumer Confidence in Olive Oil Quality
Increasing consumer and market confidence in olive oil quality is one of the desired impacts of a proposed fund.
Police Say Smuggled Moroccan Olive Oil Found in ‘Toxic Goods’ Containers
Illegally imported Moroccan olive oil in containers labeled as containing toxic substances was found in a van headed for Barcelona.
New York Times Revises Olive Oil Fraud Infographic
The New York Times made revisions to an infographic on olive oil fraud that critics said was sensational and inaccurate in parts.
Importers Call NYT Piece ‘Defamatory’, Mueller ‘Dismayed’
Importers blasted the New York Times for what it called a "defamatory and inaccurate" piece on olive oil adulteration in Italy.
European Exporters Ask Taiwan to Stop Shunning Their Olive Pomace Oil
Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) met with a European delegation in Taipei today over its continuing refusal of olive pomace oil.
An ‘Interactive’ Lesson in Olive Oil Fraud
Oversimplification of complicated topics for short attention spans can disguise what is, all too often, just more misinformation.
EU Offers €5m to Fight Olive Oil Fraud
Research on better detection of olive oil fraud could receive about €5 million ($6.7m) under the European Commission’s new program.
Olive Council Investigating Taiwan’s Rejection of Pomace Oil Imports
Olive oil’s peak body is reaching out to Taiwan as the island continues to reject shipments of olive pomace oil.
Taiwan Claims Italian Olive Pomace Oil Contains Green Colorant
Olitalia is the latest exporter to have its olive pomace oil rejected by Taiwan for allegedly containing copper chlorophyll.
Taiwan Rejects Olive Pomace Oil Imports
Taiwan has refused imports of olive pomace oil and crude grapeseed oil from Europe claiming they have been adulterated.
Europe Set for New Regulations on Olive Oil Labeling
New rules aimed at making olive oil labels easier to read and understand will apply from late next year in the European Union.
U.K. Readies for European Ramp Up of Olive Oil Testing
One company controls 95 percent of olive oil bottling in the United Kingdom -- a fact that may simplify compliance with a new European Union olive oil testing regime.
Olive Oil Tops E.U. List of Foods at Most Risk of Fraud
Olive oil, fish and organic foods are the products most prone to food fraud, according to a draft report of a European Parliament committee which also calls for tougher penalties.