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    Olive oil industry tries to silence Doctor Oz for warning about fake products

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    Olive oil industry tries to silence Doctor Oz for warning about fake products Empty Olive oil industry tries to silence Doctor Oz for warning about fake products

    Post by Lobo Wed 07 Dec 2016, 5:06 pm

    Olive oil industry tries to silence Doctor Oz for warning about fake products
    Posted By: MrFusion [Send E-Mail]
    Date: Wednesday, 7-Dec-2016 13:52:56



    I wonder Trump's Supreme Court appointee(s) will be inclined to support or strike down food libel laws...

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    Olive oil industry tries to silence Doctor Oz for warning about fake products
    Wednesday, December 07, 2016 by: Vicki Batts

    At the end of November, a trade group representing olive oil importers filed a lawsuit against Dr. Mehmet Oz in response to his claim that much of the imported olive oil sold in the U.S. is fake. The group is pressing charges under a virtually untested Georgia food libel law.

    The North American Olive Oil Association, based in New Jersey, filed their suit at a state court in Fulton County, Georgia, and is seeking an unspecified amount in damages, as well as payment for the group’s legal fees. Some of the association’s members report that they do business in Georgia.

    Dr. Oz is well-known for being the host of his own, eponymous TV show that is largely focused on health issues. The lawsuit states that Oz broke Georgia law when he stated that 80 percent of the extra virgin olive oil sold in grocery stores “isn’t the real deal” and “may even be fake.” The North American Olive Oil Association maintains that these claims are simply untrue.

    A total of 13 states have food libel laws. These laws generally come with a much lower legal burden than traditional libel laws, which makes it much easier for food companies to sue people who make disparaging remarks about their products.

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    http://www.naturalnews.com/2016-12-07-olive-oil-industry-tries-to-silence-doctor-oz-for-warning-about-fake-olive-oil-imports.html

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