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Professor Peter Howe – Nutrition Researcher to speak at Olive Exposium

Never before has Professsor Peter Howe spoken at any Olive Industry event.  He has been researching lipids for at least the last 20 years.  We are very excited to announce Prof Peter Howe to speak about Health Claims & Benefits of extra virgin olive oil as a first at the Olive Exposium:  http://wp.me/P6nWQA-S  #newconversations #newinformation … Continue reading

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