Categorized in: Africa and The Middle East-By Charlie Higgins-Olive Oil Times Contributor
Rami Levy owns one of the supermarket chains where the suspected fraudulent products were being sold.
Israeli supermarket chains Rami Levy and Home Center have removed thousands of olive oil products from their shelves following a series of factory raids. Investigators suspect that industrial “lampante” grade oil, unfit for human consumption, was being sold as olive oil.
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