Chefs sue olive oil companies over purity claims

A group of chefs and restaurateurs that includes former "Top Chef" contestant David Martin filed a lawsuit in California last week against distributors of olive oil labeled as virgin. The suit stems from a recent study that found that a large percentage of olive oils labeled "extra-virgin" didn't meet the standards, either because they had been degraded by heat or were mixed with cheaper, lower-quality oils.

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