Avocado Oil Tainted

Avocado Oil tainted with cheaper oil.
There is so much research on the exceptional benefit of this exceptionally creamy oil, that so many want to improve the health of their skin. Most people who buy avocado oil want its health benefits, as well as the mild, fresh flavor, and are willing to pay more for the product,” says Selina Wang, a food scientist at the University of California, where they found that 82 Percent of Avocado Oil Rancid or Mixed With Other Oils. There are no standards to determine if an avocado oil is of the quality and purity advertised, no one is regulating false or misleading labels.
The world’s production of avocados increased one million tonnes from 2014 to 2017 and is projected to continue rising with Mexico accounting for one third of the world’s production. The demand for avocado oil has increased significantly as consumers resonate with its potential health benefits, however, due to the lack of enforceable standards, consumers are unprotected from tainted avocado oil.

References:
University of California Study
Science Direct Paper


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