Food Fraud

Food fraud happens in many ways. It’s often deliberate mislabeling of food items to confuse consumers about the quality of a product. These articles talk about common forms of food fraud.

Fictitious Food - Olive Oil

Fake Olive Oil – Lampante

By Amanda Filipowicz, CNP, BES
In Food Fraud
Published June 10, 2017
Updated February 12, 2019
Lampante – Fake Olive Oil  In Julia Child’s book, “Mastering the Art of French Cooking”, she provides a list of ingredients that would be beneficial to have in one’s kitchen when cooking french food – Olive Oil not being one of them. Why? “Olive oil, which dominates Mediterranean cooking, has too much character for the […]
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