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EU regulation 432/2012
Greeks Lament EU Decision That Allows Enriching Seed Oils With Phenols
Greek Parliament members criticized an EU decision that allows the use synthetic hydroxytyrosol as a seed oil additive.
British Olive Oil Brand Draws Mockery Over Comically Repetitive Labeling
A photo of an olive oil bottle being sold by the Co-operative Food is finding fame on social media. But thanks to its incomprehensible labeling, it's for all the wrong reasons.
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A Cheap, Easy Way to Quantify Biophenols for the EU Health Claim
A group of researchers has shown how an easy method can be applied by small labs and producers to certify compliance with Europe's polyphenols health claim.
Tyrosol or Tyrosols: Greek Agency’s Stance on Health Claim Comes Down to Semantics
A Greek agency's refusal to recognize tyrosol derivatives is based not on any scientific evidence, but on misguided wordplay.
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Scientists Respond to Debate Over Health Claims on Olive Oil Labels
Can oleocanthal and oleacein be measured to claim that olive oil polyphenols contribute to the protection from oxidative stress?
Greek Policy on Olive Oil Labeling in Disarray
Predictably, the flip-flopping on permitted health claims on olive oil labels in Greece stems from politics
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Greece Flip-Flops on EVOO Labeling
A late decision will allow producers to use oleocanthal and oleacein levels to justify health benefit claims of olive oil polyphenols.
Agriculture Minister Sees Labeling Regulation as Good for Greek Olive Oil
According to the Greek Minister of Agriculture, the 432/2012 regulation of the EU will help Greek olive oil make a bigger impact and advertise its quality.
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