Why are coconut oil and other nuts becoming so popular in Europe?

Eco nuts and other nut oils have become so popular that they are even being used in products sold in European supermarkets.

The news comes as European officials launch an investigation into the use of the oil in cosmetics and other products.

In October, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) warned that nut oils and other food additives are “a threat to human health”.

It said that they could be harmful to people’s health if used in excessive amounts, which is why the EFSA is investigating the use in cosmetics.

It also said that the EFSS is concerned about the possible effect on the environment.

Some nut oils, like walnut, are already banned in Europe, but the EFTS has said that nut oil products in the EU should contain a minimum of 1.5% or less of the amount of saturated fats in the product.

The EFSS said that “nut oils and fats may contribute to the accumulation of cholesterol in the body, as well as to the risk of heart disease”.

It said the oils are considered to be unhealthy by the EU, which means that they cannot be sold in the European Union.

The EU also wants to introduce restrictions on the sale of nut oil in European countries.

The European Commission said in a statement on Tuesday that the EEA will introduce measures to limit the sale and use of nut oils in the bloc.

“Nut oils, fats and other foods may have health risks if used at excessive levels,” it said.

“These include their use in cosmetic products and in products that have a high concentration of saturated fat, and are not properly labeled.”

The EU has also launched a special food safety mission to investigate the consumption of nuts in Europe.

The European Food Standards Authority said on Tuesday it is working to determine whether nut oil and coconut oil are a problem.

The EFA is currently working with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to identify nut oil ingredients in foodstuffs and food products sold by the European market.

The agency has also begun a consultation process with the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, on how to better identify nut oils used in cosmetics, toothpastes, soaps, and other health products.

The FAO said it is concerned that nut-based products could pose health risks to the environment and consumers.

“The FAOA is also working with manufacturers to ensure that all nut-containing products meet minimum safety standards,” it added.