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Non targeted Determination of Olive Oil Adulterations with a Simple Dilute and Shoot Method
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Poster Title: Non targeted Determination of Olive Oil Adulterations with a Simple Dilute and Shoot Method
Submitted on 08 Mar 2022
Author(s): Louis Maljers 1 , Artem Filipenko 1
Affiliations: 1 Bruker Daltonics, Billerica, MA 01821 USA
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Abstract: Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) is the highest quality olive oil and its health benefits have been extensively studied. When consumed as part of a traditional Mediterranean diet, EVOO has shown to be beneficial in preventing heart and obesity related health issues. The health benefits together with the great taste make the demand for EVOO High and a lucrative product for adulteration. While less than 10 of world olive oil production meets the criteria for labeling as extra virgin, it has been estimated that up to 50 of retail oil is labeled "extra virgin". Some oil labeled "extra virgin" is diluted with cheaper olive oils or other vegetable oils making the detection of such adulterations an important taskSummary: Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) is the highest quality olive oil and its health benefits have been extensively studied. When consumed as part of a traditional Mediterranean diet, EVOO has shown to be beneficial in preventing heart and obesity related health issues. The health benefits together with the great taste make the demand for EVOO High and a lucrative product for adulteration.Report abuse »
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