In this post we are going to present you that 70% of Olive oil which can be found in the markets are cut with cheaper, nastier oil, which means that are fake.
In this post we are going to warn you that you need to take care of what you are buying, it may be fake.
You can’t just give your money for waste and consume fake oils.
There is an enemy in front of our gates.
Even 70% of the olive oils are fake.
They are cheaper and in order to minimize the cost of production, but it has come at a huge cost to everyone in this healthy alternative.
By the 2008 more than 400 police officers participated in the crackdown ‘’Operation Golden Oil’’. Even 85 oil farms where adding some harmful ingredients in the oils but on the label still written virgin olive oil.
These busts prompted the Australian government to investigate their own olive oil market, and indeed, after testing all of its brands’ “extra virgin olive oils” in their laboratories, none were given the 2012 certification for being a pure olive oil.
All of these scams prompted the University of California to carry out studies on 124 imported brands of extra virgin olive oil, and they found that over 70% of the samples failed the test.
In addition we are going to present you a list of oils which you shall or shouldn’t buy.
The brands that failed the test:
- Antica Badia
- Felippo Berio
- Whole Foods
The guys that passed the test and can be trusted:
- Corto Olive
- Bariani Olive Oil
- Kirkland Organic
- Olea Estates
- McEvoy Ranch Organic
- Cobram Estate
- California Olive Ranch
In addition we are going to present you one trick which will help you to know if the olive is virgin or not.
You need to place the bottle in your fridge for 30 minutes ad check if the oil is starting to solidify. If it does when the oil contains large amounts of monounsaturated fat, which means it is virgin oil.
We have really had the wool pulled over our eyes with this one and it’s time to make a stand and stop supporting this corrupt industry of chemical additives, GMO’s and unhealthy alternatives.