Traditional demijohns are displayed at an olive oil farm in Italy, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Greek police have arrested seven people allegedly involved in fraudulently selling large quantities of adulterated sunflower oil as olive oil in Greece and abroad.
Traditional demijohns are displayed at an olive oil farm in Italy, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Greek police have arrested seven people allegedly involved in fraudulently selling large quantities of adulterated sunflower oil as olive oil in Greece and abroad. Gregorio Borgia AP
Traditional demijohns are displayed at an olive oil farm in Italy, Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Greek police have arrested seven people allegedly involved in fraudulently selling large quantities of adulterated sunflower oil as olive oil in Greece and abroad. Gregorio Borgia AP

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