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olive-oil-150.jpgA study at UC Davis showed that most olive oil selling under the "extra-virgin" designation isn't extra-anything. 69% of tested oils did not meet "internationally accepted standards" for the extra-virgin label. The USDA will set standards for olive oil-labeling this fall, but following them is voluntary. [LAT via Eater National]

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