Olive oil has become a staple of a healthy diet. In 2008, Americans used nearly 79 million gallons in all sorts of ways. It's low in saturated fats, high in the good, mono-unsaturated fats that lower cholesterol, and versatile in the kitchen. The North American Olive Oil Association is now taking steps to protect the international standards for purity and authenticity by implementing a quality control program. Member companies that pass regular product testing can use a new seal that ...
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