"Heart-Healthy" Label Approved for Olive Oil

In another wrong-headed move by the FDA, food containing olive oil can now carry labels saying they may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. Citing limited research, the FDA claims olive oil, when substituted for saturated fats, reduces one's overall risk of heart disease. It's certainly good news for the American Olive Oil Association that has been seeking to make that claim for more than a year. Although the association had asked the FDA for permission to make a...

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