Counterfeit Olive Oil “from Europe” Sold in Cans Warned by Israel’s Ministry of Health


Counterfeit Olive Oil “from Europe” Sold in Cans Warned by Israel’s Ministry of Health

The Ministry of Health has issued a consumer warning regarding Shemen Zait Katit olive oil sold in 3.8-liter plastic containers. According to a report, suspicions arose during a laboratory test that another oil may be present in the canister. This product does not meet the 191 standard for Israeli olive oil. The Ministry of Health has noted that the product label indicates the oil was produced in the European Union and packaged in Kibbutz Maale Iron. However, it was discovered that there is no bottling line for olive oil in Kibbutz Maale Iron.

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