ENDGAME II: The Antarctic Atlantis and Ancient ET Ruins


The Establishment is threatened like never before. Are they about to disclose advanced, hi-tech ruins under the ice in Antarctica, and a limited secret space program, to try to save the…

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ENDGAME: Disclosure and the Final Defeat of the Cabal

The Cabal is closer to exposure and defeat than ever before. The truth is blasting through the internet as a civilian-led investigation takes hold.

Does the Cabal have a final "Hail Mary…

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CDC Scientists Expose Agency Corruption

Robert Kennedy, Jr, ecowatch.com
Nov. 21, 2016


Last month, The Hill published a letter sent by “more than a dozen” senior Center for Disease Control (CDC) scientists charging the agency with nursing an atmosphere of pervasive research fraud.

The group, which claimed to represent scientists across the CDC’s diverse branches, calls itself SPIDER (Scientists Preserving Integrity, Diligence and Ethics in Research). The letter to CDC Chief of Staff, Carmen Villar, expressed alarm “about the current state of ethics at our agency.” The scientists complained that “our mission is being influenced and shaped by outside parties and rogue interests” and “circumvented by some of our leaders.”

The scientists told Villar that, “questionable and unethical practices, occurring at all levels and in all of our respective units, threaten to undermine our credibility and reputation as a trusted leader in public health.” The letter charged that staff level scientists “are intimidated and pressed to do things they know are not right,” and that, “Senior management officials at CDC are clearly aware and even condone these behaviors.”

The scientists cited several recent scandals involving scientific corruption at CDC.

  • They describe a “cover up,” by officials, of mismanagement in CDC’s Wise Woman Program, which provides screening in low income neighborhoods for heart disease, diabetes and other chronic health disorders. According to the letter, CDC officials purposefully misrepresented screening numbers in documents they sent to Congress to conceal failures in the multimillion dollar project. “… definitions were changed and data ‘cooked’ to make the results look better than they were.” The scientists accused high level CDC bosses of suppressing the results of an internal review, involving staff across the CDC, “so media and/or Congressional staff would not become aware of the problems.” As part of the systematic cover up, CDC then engaged in a coordinated effort to “bury” these deceptions. “CDC staff has gone out of its way to delay FOIAs and obstruct any inquiry.”
  • The scientists also complain about the “troubling” adventures of Dr. Barbara Bowman, director of CDC’s Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention, and Dr. Michael Pratt, Senior Advisor for Global Health at the NCCDPHP. Bowman recently left the CDC following shocking media disclosures that the pair had manipulated scientific studies on soft drink safety in collusion with Coca Cola. The CDC flimflam was part of Coke’s campaign to pressure the World Health Organization to relax guidelines for sugar consumption by children in developing nations where the soda industry is aggressively expanding its markets.

The scientists complain that the “climate of disregard” at CDC puts “many” agency scientists in difficult positions. “We are often directed to do things we know are not right.” The public record supports SPIDER’s allegations that scientists who insist on research integrity suffer persecution by CDC supervisors.

  • On Sept. 27, the Office of Special Counsel, an independent federal investigative and prosecutorial agency, announced further investigation of corruption in the agency’s Zika testing program. That investigation arose from disclosures by laboratory chief Dr. Robert Lanciotti, supervisor of the CDC’s prestigious Fort Collins, Colorado lab, that his CDC supervisors were deliberately using a Zika test that agency officials knew would underestimate the number of Zika cases nationwide by some 40 percent. Dr. Lanciotti initially raised the issues internally at CDC and in an email to state public health officials in April 2016. In May, his CDC supervisor responded to this boat rocking by demoting Lanciotti to a non-supervisory position within his lab. Dr. Lanciotti filed a whistleblower claim alleging that his punishment was retaliation for his disclosures. After its initial investigation, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel forced the CDC to reinstate Dr. Lanciotti as lab chief.
  • In a 2010 scandal that predated the Flint, Michigan tragedy, Congress found that the CDC had deliberately manipulated scientific documents and purposefully made inaccurate claims about the safety of Washington, DC drinking water in order to mislead DC residents into believing that their water was safe. The congressional committee found that the CDC’s deceit had caused thousands of DC residents to drink water highly contaminated with lead for years to the detriment of their health. As with the Coca Cola and Wise Woman Program scandals, the immediate victims of CDC scientific fraud and mismanagement were disproportionately poor and minority.
  • In August 2014, CDC senior vaccine safety scientist, Dr. William Thompson, invoked federal whistleblower status and testified to Congressman William Posey that his CDC supervisors had ordered him to destroy data and manipulate studies to conceal injuries to black children from certain vaccines. According to Thompson’s testimony to Congressman Posey, data analyzed by Thompson and a team of scientists for a key study showed that black boys who received the MMR vaccine on schedule, had a 250% increase in autism diagnoses. The data also pointed to the vaccine as a culprit in the epidemic of regressive autism in both white and black children. A high level CDC official, Dr. Frank DeStefano, ordered Thompson and his fellow scientists to destroy that data in a large garbage can and omit the damning findings from the published study. That study has been cited more than 110 times in published studies on PubMed, and forms the cornerstone of the CDC’s orthodoxy that vaccines don’t cause autism.
  • One of the key figures in the cover up described by Dr. Thompson is the Director of the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, Dr. Colleen Boyle. Boyle’s seminal career coup at the CDC was orchestrating the cover up of Agent Orange and dioxin toxicity in the 1970s. Boyle’s handiwork deprived thousands of Vietnam veterans of health benefits until her fraud was uncovered and exposed in comprehensive investigations by Congress and the Institute of Medicine (IOM). Instead of punishing Boyle for corruption and scientific fraud, the CDC rewarded her with a powerful directorship. From that platform, Boyle has managed the CDC’s cover up of the vaccine-autism connection.

The recent SPIDER letter highlights the culture of deep-rooted scientific corruption that has metastasized across CDC and become the subject of a decade- long parade of investigations.

  • On Aug. 23, 2000, following a three year investigation, a House Government Reform Committee staff report criticized the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the CDC for routinely allowing scientists with conflicts of interest to serve on two influential advisory committees that make recommendations on vaccine policy. The report concluded that, “the majority of members of both committees have financial ties to vaccine manufacturers or hold patents on vaccines under development.”
  • Three years later, a 2003 investigation by UPI’s Mark Benjamin found that CDC had ignored Congress’s recommendations for reform, which stated: “Members of the CDC’s Vaccine Advisory Committee get money from vaccine manufacturers. Relationships have included: sharing a vaccine patent; owning stock in a vaccine company; payments for research; getting money to monitor manufacturer vaccine tests; and funding academic departments.”
  • A year later, in May of 2004, Special Counsel Scott Bloch, of the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, sent a letter to Congress urging congressional action on evidence of scientific fraud in the CDC’s vaccine division. Bloch described possible collusion between CDC officials and pharmaceutical companies to manipulate and destroy data in order to conceal the links between mercury-preserved vaccines and the exploding incidence of pediatric neurological disorders including autism.
  • A month later, on June 18, 2004, Congressman Dave Weldon, MD took to the House floor to accuse CDC of failing to reform: “A public relations campaign, rather than sound science, seems to be the modus operandi of officials at the CDC’s National Immunization Program.” Congressman Weldon concluded that, “The CDC is too conflicted to oversee this vaccine safety function.”
  • In January 2006, amidst the corruption scandals, the prestigious journal Nature editorialized in reference to vaccine safety that, “there is a strong case for a well-resourced independent agency that commands the trust of both the government and the public.”
  • A year later, in 2007, Weldon and Democratic Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney introduced the Vaccine Safety and Public Confidence Assurance Act of 2007, a bill to create a new agency to supervise vaccine safety that reported directly to the Secretary of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and to mandate independent vaccine safety research. Weldon declared that, despite all the scandals and investigations, there were no signs of reform at CDC. “Federal agencies charged with overseeing vaccine safety research have failed,” he said. “They have failed to provide sufficient resources for vaccine safety research. They have failed to adequately fund extramural research. And, they have failed to free themselves from conflicts of interest that serve to undermine public confidence in the safety of vaccines.”
  • In June of that year, U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn, of the Senate Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, published “CDC Off Center,” yet another lengthy exposé of corruption and mismanagement at CDC. The report detailed “how an agency tasked with fighting disease has spent hundreds of millions of tax dollars for failed prevention efforts, international junkets, and lavish facilities, but cannot demonstrate it is controlling disease.”
  • In December 2009, the HHS Inspector General published the results of a lengthy investigation of corruption in the CDC’s vaccine division. That shocking report painted the CDC as a hopelessly corrupted arm of the pharmaceutical industry. It described, in detail, mismanagement, dysfunction and the alarming conflicts of interest that suborn the CDC’s research, regulatory and policymaking functions. The report discloses how CDC allows vaccine industry profiteers to make millions of dollars by serving on advisory boards that add new vaccines to the schedule. In a typical example, Dr. Paul Offit, in 1999, sat on the CDC’s vaccine advisory committee and voted to add the rotavirus vaccine to CDC’s schedule, paving the way for him to make a fortune on his own rotavirus vaccine patent. Offit and his business partners sold the royalties to his rotavirus vaccine patent to Merck in 2006 for $182 million. Offit told Newsweek, “It was like winning the lottery!” HHS investigation revealed that 97% of CDC’s scientific committee members failed to complete the mandatory conflict of interest disclosures and that as many as 64% of committee members disclosed conflicts of interest that were not acted upon by the CDC.
  • In 2014, the chief of the HHS Office of Research Integrity (ORI), David Wright, announced his resignation in a scathing letter that characterized HHS as a remarkably dysfunctional agency. ORI’s function is to monitor research misconduct including, “falsification” and “fabrication” of science at the CDC, FDA and other public health agencies. Calling the post, “The very worst job I’ve ever had,” Wright decried an “intensely political environment” where his supervisors told him that his job was to be a “team player” and “to make my bosses look good” and where he spent “exorbitant amounts of time in meetings and in generating repetitive and often meaningless data and reports to make our precinct of the bureaucracy look productive,” rather than pursuing its mission of detecting and punishing scientific fraud.

Given this long history of deeply entrenched scientific chicanery at the CDC, it’s no surprise that scientists are now complaining. If Donald Trump is sincere about his promise to “Drain the Swamp” in the federal bureaucracy, he should begin by appointing an honest and able CDC director who can restore transparency, credibility, robust science and regulatory independence at the agency and who will turn around the culture of corruption that has been so damaging to children’s health.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s reputation as a resolute defender of the environment stems from a litany of successful legal actions. Kennedy was named one of Time magazine’s “Heroes for the Planet” for his success helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River.

Thanksgiving Blessing


Wonderful Hymn:


Alternative lyrics:

Come Ye Thankful People Come
Raise a Song at Harvest Time
All are Safely Gathered in
Ere the Winter Storms Begin

Earth Our Mother Does Provide
All Our Wants to be Supplied
Come Ye Thankful People Come
Raise a Toast at Harvest Time

Our Thanksgiving Brings Us Near
To the Ones We Hold So Dear
Be They Near or Far Away
May They Have a Bles-sed Day

In the Future May We Be
In Each Others Company
Breaking Bread as We All Dine
And Raising Toasts at Harvest Time


Beware of ‘presumptions’ – they’re everywhere!


As a result of the Bankruptcy of America in 1933, everything changed. The changes that started in the 30s were formalized in the 50s-60s, when the Uniform Commercial Code was installed (by stealth) into each state.


From attorney Melvin Stamper’s book Fruit from a Poisonous Tree (pg 62):

In the 1950s, the Uniform Commercial Code was adopted in most of the States as a means of unifying the generally accepted procedures for handling the new legal system of dealing with commercial fictions as though they were real. Security instruments replaced substance as collateral for debts. Security instruments could be supported by presumptive adhesion contracts. Debt instruments with collateral and accommodating parties could be used instead of money. Money and the need for money was disappearing, and a uniform system of law had to be put in place to allow the courts to uphold the security instruments that depended on commercial fictions as a basis for compelling payment or performance. All this was accomplished by the mid-1960s.

The commercial code is merely a codification of accepted and required procedures which all people engaged in commercial activity must follow. The basic principles of commerce had been settled thousands of years ago, but were refined as commerce become more sophisticated over the years. In the 1900s, the age-old principles of commerce shifted from substance to form. Presumption became a major element of the law. Without giving a degree of force to legal presumption, the new direction in enforcing commercial claims could not be supported in Equity/Admiralty courts and had no chance in common law. If the claimants were required to produce their claims every time they tried to collect from the people, they would seldom be successful. The principles articulated in the commercial code combine the methods of dealing with substantive commercial activity with presumptive commercial activity. These principles work as well for us as they do for the entrenched powers. The rules are neutral and respect neither side of a dispute, as they are ancient in origin.

The entrenched powers that engineered the scheme for the people to register their property and person with the United States and its instrumentalities gained control of the peoples’ property and right to property through registration and licensing. The United States became the trustee of the titles to everything. The definition of “property” is the interest one has in a thing. The thing is the principal. The property is the interest in the thing. Profits (interest) made from the property of another belong to the owner of the thing. The International Bankers made profits by pledging as surety the registered property of the people in commercial markets, but the profits do not belong to the Bankers. The profits belong to the owners of the thing. That is always the people. The corporation government shows only ownership of paper – titles to things. The substance cannot appear in the fiction. Sometimes the fiction is manufactured to appear as substance, but fiction can never become substance; it is an illusion. This is why the proper spelling of your name in upper and lower case is never used in court documents. The ALL CAPS spelling represents the legal fiction, which the government holds title to and jurisdiction over, as it is the creation of the government. The substance cannot appear in the fiction. What will happen when you appear and claim the name ascribed on the complaint? You and the fiction become one and the same; you have changed masks from a natural person to an artificial one.


There is no way out of the deceptive traps of “presumptive adhesion contracts” other than to formally rebut the presumptions that seemingly tie us to them. We must define our legal characters as living flesh and blood men and women and rebut the presumption that we are nothing more than legal fictions. And the best way to do that is to publish your Notice of Condition Precedent.

For those who are not yet convinced of the importance of “defining your legal character”, please listen to this courtroom debate between a live man and a nasty deceptive judge in Florida:


Where can you buy truffle oil around the world? A field guide

Have you fallen in love with truffle oil?

Are you desperate to find some of this great ingredient to try cooking with for yourself?

If so, you’re in the right place!

Truffle oil has taken the world by storm, and it’s become a very popular ingredient among home chefs across the globe.

But where you can buy truffle oil?

If you’ve ever wanted to find it in local brick and mortar stores near you, this article is here to help!It can be tough to find truffle oil in stores, especially if you don’t live in a country where truffles are very prevalent. In this article, I’ll walk you through a variety of different regions to help you locate the best possible places to purchase truffle oil without having to travel across the world to do it.

No matter where you’re located worldwide, there’s a store that sells truffle oil somewhere in your region. Best of all, almost all of these stores offer online shopping options, so even if you don’t live within driving distance you can usually get much more affordable shipping by ordering from stores in your area. And of course, if you’re looking for a great reason to take a trip, taste testing delicious truffle oil before you buy it is as good of an excuse as any!

For each region, I’ll give you a handful of place to start shopping. I’ll be sure you know what type of truffle oil to expect from each one, as well as how easy it is to do any online ordering you might need. By the time you’ve finished reading this article, you should be sure of where you want to purchase your next bottle of incredible truffle oil.

Let’s get started!

1. United States

United States

The United States is probably one of the easiest places to find truffle oil, but it’s also one of the most controversial. Many of the truffle oils available in stores throughout the United States are synthetic, which means they aren’t made from real truffle products at all. Synthetic truffle flavors are manmade in laboratories, and the flavor is then added to olive oil to give it the taste of truffle without including real truffle pieces. These types of oil are much cheaper than their authentic counterparts, but some chefs prefer to stay away from them. When buying truffle oil in the United States, pay close attention to the label if you’re concerned about authenticity.

  • Dean & Deluca – Dean & Deluca is a popular gourmet food and ingredient supplier located in the heart of New York City. This company has been in business for decades, and it was one of the first in the United States to sell truffle oil, among many other delectable treats then considered “exotic.” You can easily find a handful of different types of truffle oil for purchase from this store. Choose between black and white truffle oil, and select between a couple of different sizes to suit your needs. You can also place orders online if you don’t happen to live in an area where this store is present. However, there are locations throughout New York as well as in Kansas, North Carolina, and California, so it may be easier than you might think to find a location near you.
  • Publix – Publix is a grocery store, first and foremost, but it is an upscale one that tends to carry a variety of gourmet cooking ingredients. Truffle oil is just one of the many unique products you can find at Publix. This is a popular chain store that is centered on the southeastern United States, but there are locations branching out in other parts of the country as well. Although Publix doesn’t carry many different brands, you can find both black and white truffle oil available at most locations. If you’re looking for a type of truffle oil that your local store doesn’t carry, just ask them, and they’ll order it for you at no extra cost to you.
  • Whole Foods – Like Publix, Whole Foods is another chain grocery store that is located throughout the United States. However, this is an even more specialized market than Publix, and each store tends to carry a few different products. Whole Foods is known for providing unique and upscale cooking ingredients to its customers, and truffle oil is just one of the many you can find on its shelves. Depending on the location and the time of year, you might find black or white truffle oil at Whole Foods, but you may not come across both at once. Whole Foods stocks several different brands of truffle oil throughout the year, and may be able to order something for you if you’re looking for a specific type.

2. Canada

If you’re wondering where to buy truffle oil in Toronto and other parts of Canada, you’re in luck. Although not every part of Canada has local stores that carry truffle oil, there are plenty of locations throughout the country that sell online at discounted rates to Canadian customers. Whether you’re searching for information about where to buy truffle oil in Vancouver or anywhere else in the country, look no further!

where to buy truffle oil
  • Sunterra – Buying truffle oil from Sunterra in Canada is much like getting it from Dean & Deluca in the United States. Like this store, Sunterra is a chain store that started with a single local brick and mortar location many years ago. Today, there are seven Sunterra stores in Calgary and two in Edmonton, making it easier than ever before for you to know just where to buy truffle oil in Calgary and beyond. This market carries specialty ingredients, many of which are gourmet and upscale in nature. However, you might find that truffle oil isn’t available during certain times of the year. This is because the market changes its offerings depending on the season, so be sure to do your shopping at Sunterra when truffles are in season to have the best chance of finding this ingredient on its shelves.
  • Costco – Did you know that you can buy truffle oil at Costco? Costco is a very popular store throughout Canada, and it has locations in the United States as well, mostly in the New England area. With several stores to choose from throughout Canada, Costco may be the most efficient place for you to pick up truffle oil in your area. You can buy it in bulk here and save even more, and Costco also usually stocks a gift box that contains truffle oil as well as truffle salt. You will be at the mercy of whichever brand names the stores have in stock at the time of your visit, however, and you may not be able to choose between black and white truffle oil if your store doesn’t carry both. You can order online from Costco, however, and have your oil shipped right to your door.
  • Bite – Bite is another market located in Calgary. Unlike Sunterra, this is a single location that isn’t available throughout Canada. However, it is possible to make online orders in some cases if you contact the company directly, and if you live in or around Calgary, this little market can be a great place to pick up your favorite truffle oil year round. If they don’t happen to have it in stock when you visit, you can always ask and they are sure to be willing to order it in for you. This store has been known to carry both black and white truffle oil, although the brand names may change. Note that there is no online ordering platform for Bite, so you will need to get in touch with the store to make a long distance purchase.

3. Europe

 the most well-known place to find both black and white

Europe is really the home of the truffle, and this is by far the most well-known place to find both black and white fresh, whole truffles when they’re in season. It goes without saying, then, that products made from truffles are pretty easy to find around this part of the world, too! Italy and France are home to the most well-known truffles in the world, including the Alba white truffle and the Perigord black truffle. However, other parts of Europe can prove to be excellent places to pick up truffle oil as well, depending on where you look.

  • Fine Food Specialist – Fine Food Specialist is largely an online store, but the product is available in many local shops throughout Europe as well. The store itself doesn’t have any brick and mortar locations, but you can find Fine Food Specialist brand truffle oil in groceries and markets across Europe. The company is based out of the United Kingdom, however, so if you plan to order online, you can save the most money by ordering from within the United Kingdom as well. Fine Food Specialist carries both black and white truffle oil, and you can find it in many different sizes, as well as in bulk if that’s what you need. You can also purchase truffle product gift sets through this company and try many different truffle foods all at once.
  • Local markets – If you’re not stuck on the idea of ordering online, you can usually find truffle oil at local markets throughout Europe. When you’re shopping for truffle oil in Europe, this may actually be your best bet. It can be difficult to find chain stores that carry this delicious product, but especially in France and Italy, you’re never too far from local shops that carry a variety of different exquisite truffle oils. Check with street vendors as well, once again especially if you’re located in a country where truffles are native. You might be surprised at just how much you can uncover when you do a little digging among local vendors.
  • Maison de la Truffe – Maison de la Truffe is a truly upscale culinary shopping experience. With two locations in the heart of Paris, France, Maison de la Truffe has been supplying locals with fresh, real truffles and truffle products since the 1930s. If you shop at this store, be prepared to spend money to get the products you’re looking for. This is also a restaurant, so if you prefer to experience your truffle oil cooked in recipes by master French chefs, you can always book a table and give that a try as well. Many of the store’s products are on sale within the locations themselves. However, do not that you can’t purchase truffles or truffle oil online from this provider. You will have to go to Paris to enjoy this fine dining experience.

4. South America

South America is not particularly known for its truffles or truffle products, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find them at all if you’re located in this part of the world. If you find that the selection within South America isn’t wide enough for you, don’t be afraid to do your shopping from online stores based in other countries that are willing to ship worldwide. Just remember that you will need to budget the extra cost of shipping into your truffle oil shopping if you go this route. Remember, too, that any local specialty gourmet food shops are more likely to either carry truffle oil or be willing to order it for you if you ask.

white truffle oil shopping
  • Carrefour – You might be surprised to find out that Carrefour is a great place to find truffle oil, but it’s true! This is a large chain store similar to Walmart that can be found throughout the world. However, many of its location are scattered throughout Brazil, which makes it a great solution for anyone in South America looking to stock up on truffle oil. Depending on the time of year, you may have more trouble finding truffle oil than you would at other times. However, since this is a French-run company, both black and white truffle oil should never be too far away when you go shopping at this store. You can also place online orders if you don’t have a Carrefour location near you.

5. Southeast Asia

Where to buy truffle oil Singapore

where to buy truffle oil Singapore

Southeast Asia is a big part of the world, and it’s home to some of the best places to buy truffle oil, too. Although you might not be able to find truffle oil in every part of this region, you have a lot of options. For example, if you’re trying to find out more about where to buy truffle oil in Singapore, you’re in luck! There are so many great places to pick up your favorite type of truffle oil throughout Southeast Asia that you won’t have to worry about being too limited. The Philippines and Singapore are both great places to shop, so if you’re located in this region, you can always order from these stores online as well!

  • Urbani Philippines – If you’re located in the Philippines, you’re in luck! One of the most popular brand names for truffles and truffle products has a branch located in the Philippines. Urbani is widely known as one of the most prestigious and delicious truffle suppliers worldwide, and it has been supplying Europe and the United States with truffles and truffle products for years. It is now available throughout the Philippines as well, with its headquarters located in Manila. Although you can’t purchase anything from Urbani as a brick and mortar store, these products are widely available throughout supermarket chains across the nation. You can also place online orders, and since Urbani has so many locations around the world, you can easily save money on online ordering no matter where you might be shopping from. If you’re wondering where to buy truffle oil in Manila, Urbani is the place for you!
  • Truffles & More – Check out products from Truffles & More throughout the Philippines to satisfy all your truffle oil cravings! This company has its own brick and mortar store in Manila, but it also is available in a handful of other stores throughout the region. Here, you can purchase both black and white truffle oil year round, as well as many other truffle products including salt, honey, and creams. Of course, you can also find fresh real truffles at Truffles & More, as well as frozen truffles and truffle pieces. This is a great place to pick up your truffle oil if you’re concerned with having the chance to taste test it first!
  • Takashimaya – If you want to know where to buy truffle oil Singapore has a great option. Check out Takashimaya for a wide selection of truffle oils to choose from. On the second basement level of this impressively massive market, you can find specialty cooking ingredients including truffle oil and a handful of other truffle products. You’re more likely to be able to find white truffle oil here, but you might also come across the black variety depending on when you go shopping. As with most markets, truffle oil is a little bit easier to find when truffles are in season, but since these products are mostly imported, this shouldn’t affect your shopping too much. The truffle oil sold at Takashimaya is usually authentic but pay close attention to the label as it may be synthetic instead. When you want to buy truffle oil Singapore is the place to be!

6. Middle East

It’s not particularly easy to come by truffle oil in the Middle East, but if you’re in the vicinity of Dubai, you may be in luck. There are a handful of local vendors and very small shops in Dubai that carry truffle oil, and you can also find it at one of the city’s most popular Italian restaurants and markets too.

buy truffle oil in the Middle East
  • Carluccio’s – Although Carluccio’s is first and foremost a restaurant, it is also a great place to find truffle oil if you happen to be in Dubai. You can also stop in to have a meal made with authentic ingredients from Italy, including truffle oil in many recipes. However, if you’re looking to buy a bottle of this delicious ingredient, this is a great place to start shopping. You can find white truffle oil among the gift baskets and other items available for sale from Carluccio’s, but you can also sometimes find black truffle oil as well. Your best bet here is to buy a gift basket that contains truffle oil along with many other tasty culinary ingredients to help stock your pantry with all the flavor you need to make your meals delicious.

7. East Asia

East Asia may be a little bit more difficult in terms of tracking down truffle oil, but that doesn’t mean you won’t be able to find it. Check out large markets with extensive gourmet cooking ingredient sections for your best bet. Although not every one of these markets is likely to carry truffle oil, you can probably find it if you keep an open mind about buying from department stores. South Korea is home to a particularly good chain of these stores that carries truffle oil frequently.

tons of unique cooking ingredients

 Lotte – Located throughout South Korea, Lotte is a chain store that has been providing tons of unique cooking ingredients to customers for over four decades. When shopping at Lotte, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the delicious foods available from this store! Like many other chain grocery stores and markets around the world, you may be left a little bit at the mercy of the products available at your local store. However, since many locations are very large, you’re likely to be able to find at least one type of truffle oil on the shelves. If you’re not too worried about whether or not you can find black or white truffle oil specifically, this may be a great place for you to do your shopping!

8. China

Finding truffle oil in China isn’t too difficult, particularly if you’re willing to cook with oil made from Chinese black truffles. Although Chinese black truffles are generally considered a lower quality of truffle overall, they make for an excellent truffle oil that you’re sure to enjoy the taste of. Some markets in China also sell imported black and white truffle oils from Europe as well as from around the world, so you only have to do a little digging to find just what you’re looking for.

cook with oil made from China
  • Local markets – Like in Europe, China is home to many local markets that sell a variety of different truffle oils. Since Chinese black truffles are quite a lot more prevalent than black and white truffles from Europe or even from the United States, it isn’t too hard to find a vendor who supplies these fresh truffles and their products throughout China. Unfortunately, these sellers don’t often have websites, and they may be hard to find if you don’t know where to look. However, if you do come across a vendor like this selling truffle oil in a local shop, you can rest assured that it’s probably a very good quality.
  • Auchan – As in most other regions, China is home to a large chain of grocery stores in which you can easily find truffle oil. Auchan is common throughout China, with over three hundred locations in this country alone. It is also available in other countries throughout the region. If you’re looking for truffle oil at a good price, check Auchan and see what you can come by. You’re more likely to find Chinese black truffle oil here, but you can also sometimes find white and black truffle oil imported from European countries on these shelves as well. Don’t be afraid to check back often, and remember you can always order online through this store.

9. Australia

shopping for truffle oils in Australia

Are you trying to find out where to buy truffle oil in Melbourne or other major cities in Australia? Do you need to stock up on this delicious oil without having to pay a fortune to order it shipped from overseas? Don’t worry! You’ve got a couple of excellent options if you’re shopping for truffle oil in Australia. You may be surprised to find out that some types of truffles can actually grow well in an Australian climate. More and more frequently, Australian truffle oil is showing up for sale on the shelves of large markets and small local stores alike. Check out these shops to find both domestic and imported oils to choose from.

  • The Truffle Store – Located in New South Wales, The Truffle Store is ready to satisfy all your truffle oil needs if you live in Australia. This is a huge truffle supplier that has an excellent reputation with customers from around the world. Even if you don’t live near the store, you can order online and save a lot of money by purchasing truffles that ship from within Australia, rather than ordering from overseas. The Truffle Store stocks many different brand names of both black and white truffle oil, and if you visit the physical location, you may be able to sample the options to choose the one that’s right for you. Fresh truffles are also available from this store during the truffle season only.
  • Truffle & Wine Co. – Head to the Truffle & Wine Co. just outside of Perth to have a truffle experience like you’ve never had before. At this incredible farm-based location, truffles are grown and harvested in something as close to truffle cultivation as possible. This is the first truffle farm located in Australia, and it’s quickly made a name for itself as a supplier of incredible truffles and truffle-based products. When you visit, you’ll have the opportunity to shop in the on-site store to find truffle oil and other truffle items that are sure to satisfy any needs you might have. All of the products here are made from winter black truffles, which are the type grown on the premises. You can also place online orders through this company, but the website may not be as well stocked as the physical store is. While you’re shopping, don’t forget to pick up some wine to go along with your incredible truffle products!


Have you figured out where to buy your truffle oil?

As you can see, there are plenty of options no matter where you’re located. You shouldn’t have to worry about your region limiting your truffle oil options. Although it might be a little bit of a challenge to find a store near you that sells truffle oil, you should have no trouble finding one that supplies this tasty product to your area through online ordering. Every region in the world has at least one store that supplies truffle oil, and if you’re willing to dig deeper into very small local specialty markets, you might be able to find even more.

Of course, there are some regions that have more access to local truffle oil suppliers than others. If truffles are native to a specific region, it’s much more likely that you’ll find more stores carrying truffle oil in these areas. Europe has quite a few truffle oil stores since truffles are native to European countries like Italy and France. The United States, which is home to some varieties of truffle as well, also hosts many stores that carry several types of truffle oil. In other parts of the world, department stores carrying a selection of imported goods might be the best choice when it comes to finding truffle oil.

No matter where you choose to buy your truffle oil from, any of these suppliers and vendors on this list are sure to provide you with a great product you’ll want to use again and again. All of the products from these suppliers are very high-quality oils, and although not all of them are authentic, even the synthetic ones are sure to please you and everyone you plan to cook for. Don’t be afraid to head to the kitchen right away and start cooking with this delicious ingredient. Try a variety of different truffle oil recipes for meals, sauces, dressings, and much more. You’ll be surprised by how much you can do with the incredible taste of truffle oil in your cooking ensemble!

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Where to buy truffle oil: A complete guide

Do you want to flavor your food with a taste you’ll never forget?

Are you looking for an exciting way to make your cooking stand out with a high-quality ingredient?

Do you want to get in on a secret that home chefs have been using for years?

If so, then you need truffle oil right away!

Truffle oil is a popular ingredient that has taken the culinary world by storm. Although not all chefs are fond of its strong flavor and unique aroma, it can provide your cooking with tons of great taste that’s sure to wow your friends and family every time you use it.

Of course, I know what you’re asking. Where can I buy truffle oil? Don’t worry—that’s what this article is here to tell you!

By the time you’ve finished reading through this article, you’ll know where to buy truffle oil no matter what type you’re looking for. You’ll know where to shop if you want to buy from a vendor or directly from a company, and you’ll also know how to look for truffle oil on Amazon.

If you want to learn how to find the best truffle oil to buy for your needs, simply read on!

Where to Buy Truffle Oil Online

You’re probably excited to get started cooking with this popular ingredient. But where can you buy truffle oil that tastes great and works well in any dish? There are a handful of stores online that sell truffle oil, so depending on the type of oil you want to purchase, you might be able to do your shopping from these suppliers. If you’re wondering where to buy white truffle oil or black truffle oil, these stores can be a good place to get started doing some research.

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  • Whole Foods – Although you might be inclined to purchase your truffle oil from larger online marketplaces, don’t forget you can order from Whole Foods and either pick up your product in your local store or have it shipped directly to you. Depending on what’s available at any given time of the year, Whole Foods might not have truffle oil in stock. However, it’s worthwhile to check and see what your options are when you’re shopping for oil to order online.
  • Gourmet Foodstore – This online store offers several different brands of truffle oil to help you find the perfect one to suit your budget, your tastes, and your cooking needs. You can find both black and white truffle oil here, as well as both synthetic and authentic products. Shop from popular brand names like Urbani and Brezzi, or choose from lesser-known brands like Terroirs d’Antan. These oils start as low as $10 for a smaller bottle and go up from there, topping out at around $50 per bottle for higher-quality options. Shipping will cost extra, but if you spend over $100 you can enjoy a free shipping discount.
  • I Gourmet – This is an online shop that carries a variety of different truffle oils from many different brands. Depending on the amount of money you want to spend on your purchase, you can find truffle oil that runs from synthetic to authentic and from mid-quality to high-quality easily when you do your shopping on this site. I Gourmet carries Arbequina brand truffle oil, which is a popular authentic oil packaged with a good amount of real truffle pieces in the oil itself. It also carries brands such as Valneria Tartufi, Tosario, and Plantin, among others. Most of these oils run between $20 and $40, depending on the volume and quality of each bottle. You do have to pay for shipping when you purchase from this store.

Buying on Amazon

Now you know a little bit more about shopping for oil from online suppliers, but where do you buy truffle oil when you want to save a little or buy in bulk? When you purchase truffle oil on Amazon, you’re working with a much different type of marketplace than you are when you buy from other online stores. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the process of ordering from Amazon as well as ways in which you can protect yourself when it comes to purchasing food. The next time you find yourself asking, “Where can I buy white truffle oil?” or wondering where to buy black truffle oil, you’ll be more willing to turn to Amazon for your needs when you understand the process a bit better.

  • Filter your product search results easily by clicking links in the sidebar for highly rated products, lower or higher prices, and for options sold by Amazon instead of other marketplace vendors. This can help you find the right options to suit your budget as well as your shipping needs, and it can also help you select better quality oils.
  • Remember that some products fulfilled by Amazon qualify for free shipping discounts after buying certain amounts. And of course, there’s always Amazon Prime! Otherwise, you’ll need to budget for additional shipping costs.
  • If you have trouble finding black or white truffle oil when you search, try putting your search in quotation marks. This will help you locate oils that are more specific to what you’re looking for, and will filter out any unwanted results more easily.
  • If you want to save money, look for listings where you can buy in bulk. Purchase sets of truffle oil bottles and keep unopened ones in storage for when you need them most. Remember that you can store truffle oil in the refrigerator, but expect it to separate if you do so. All you need to do is gently shake or stir it to bring it back to its original consistency if this happens.

Black Truffle Oil

Black truffle oil is a hearty product that comes along with tons of flavor. It tastes great on pizza, pasta, and red meat, but it pairs nicely with just about any entrée and even with vegetables to create a flavor combination that you’ll have to taste to believe. The listings below will help you get started on the road to finding the perfect black truffle oil to suit all of your culinary needs.

1. Black Truffle Oil by Ranieri

Black Truffle Oil (Extra Virgin Olive Oil Infused With Black Truffle) By Ranieri (Case of 6 - 8.5 Ounce Bottles)

Do you need to stock up on tons of truffle oil to keep yourself and your whole family supplied for a long time to come? Are you looking for a nice product that’s made with quality oil and isn’t completely built around chemical ingredients? If so, give Ranieri’s black truffle oil a try today! This particular product comes in a pack of six bottles of just over 8 ounces each. You can be sure you and everyone in your home will have enough truffle oil to keep you going strong for months! Since a little bit goes a long way in spreading the earthy, mineral taste of black truffle oil throughout your cooking, you’ll be surprised at how long this pack of six will last you.

Rainieri is a popular brand of truffle oil that has been keeping customers satisfied for years already. Each bottle contains one or two small pieces of real black truffle to prove to you that it is made with some authentic truffle ingredients. However, it is important to note that the taste is also enhanced with chemical ingredients, so this is not a completely pure and authentic truffle oil.

Perfect for: Home chefs on a budget who want tons of flavor

2. Goccia Italian Black Truffle Oil

Goccia Italian Back Truffle Oil, 8.5-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 3)

If you’re looking for a great way to stock up on incredible truffle oil without having to break the bank, try Goccia’s three-pack of black truffle oil. You can bring home a delicious pack of this oil that will help you flavor and season your food for a long time to come. Each bottle in this set comes in at just over 8 ounces, which makes this one of the best deals listed here. The bottles are designed to last a long time before they’ve been opened, which makes it easy for you to store them and use them as needed over time.

One of the biggest selling points of this truffle oil is its authenticity. The oil itself is a tasty cold-pressed olive oil that comes imported directly from Italy. Best of all, however, is that the oil is flavored with real black truffles, and it is not made with any synthetic ingredients. Its taste comes directly from authentic truffle pieces infused directly into the oil. You’ll be able to enjoy the delicious flavor of hearty mushroom-like black truffle with every bite you take of this quality product.

Perfect for: Truffle flavor enthusiasts

3. Brezzi Italy Truffle Oil

Brezzi Italy (Bottle) Truffle Oil Black Concentrated, 0.33-Ounce Bottles

This delicious truffle oil is a great solution for anyone who wants a lot of incredible flavor without having to spend a fortune to get it. Although the oil is a smaller bottle than many of the others listed here, it is also much more affordable than many of the other listings mentioned in this article as well. If you’re looking for a chance to try black truffle oil without having to commit to a large quantity or a case of six or more bottles, this is a great choice for you!

Brezzi’s truffle oil is made with a nice quality olive oil, but it is not as high-quality as some of the other products listed here. It is also important to note that this product is made from truffle aroma and not from real pieces of actual truffles. This means that it has been infused with a chemical flavor to mimic the taste of real truffles rather than including any pieces of actual truffle in the oil. Although this may not be desirable to some, most home chefs find that the taste is very similar to that of real truffle oil and that the differences are so slight it doesn’t much matter. The choice is yours, but if you’re looking for a low-cost oil that still tastes great, consider Brezzi’s product.

Perfect for: Home chefs who don’t mind chemical enhancements

White Truffle Oil

White truffle oil is a lighter alternative to black truffle oil that comes along with garlic and onion flavors and aromas. Check out these options if you’re looking for a tasty lighter oil to flavor your favorite eggs, seafood, pasta, and more. Remember that white truffle oil isn’t as powerful overall in terms of flavor or aroma as black truffle oil, so you might want to stock up on more of this product than you would need for the black variety.

4. White Truffle Oil by Ranieri – Case of 6

White Truffle Oil (Extra Virgin Olive Oil Infused With White Truffle) By Ranieri (Case of 6 - 8.5 Ounce Bottles)

If you’re looking for an excellent deal that can keep you well supplied with quality white truffle oil for a long time, look no further than this great product. Ranieri offers a six bottle case of white truffle oil that’s perfect for anyone looking to stock up for a while. This is an incredible deal that can save you a lot of money in the long run! You can use this white truffle oil on just about anything you want to cook, and with so much of it on hand, you won’t have to worry about buying more for a while, either.

Ranieri brand truffle oil is a great choice for anybody looking to save money while still enjoying the flavor of authentic truffle. This is a blend, which means that it contains both real and synthetic truffle flavoring. Most bottles come with a small piece of real truffle in the bottom to prove that they do contain authentic truffle. However, the flavor is enhanced through chemical processes, which is part of what keeps the cost of this product low. You’re sure to love the rich taste of truffle you get with every bite of this oil.

Perfect for: Home chefs who want real truffle flavor

5. La Rustichella White Truffle Oil

La Rustichella - White Truffle Olive Oil - Large (250 ml, 8.4 fl oz) - Kosher

Purchase a bottle of this high-quality truffle oil if you’re in the mood for a really nice product! If you can find it in your budget to pick up this particular oil, you’ll soon find out what makes the price so different. The flavor of this brand of oil is very strong and the aroma is rich, which means that a little bit can really go a long way. It comes packaged in a durable glass bottle that will help you keep your truffle oil fresh and delicious for a long time to come, regardless of how long you plan to keep it in storage.

Take note that La Rustichella truffle oil is a blend of both synthetic and authentic truffle flavor. This means that the oil is made by infusing extra virgin olive oil with real pieces of white truffle as well as with chemical gasses that help boost the flavor throughout the oil. If you’re looking for a completely non-chemical oil, this may not be the right choice for you. However, if you’re looking for a delicious oil that incorporates real truffle pieces along with its synthetic ingredients, give this one a try. You’ll be glad you did.

Perfect for: White truffle enthusiasts looking for flavor

6. Bartolini Italian White Truffle Oil

Bartolini Italian White Truffle Oil 16.9 oz. Bottle (500 ml) 6 pack

Pick up a case of six bottles of Bartolini white truffle oil to save money and give yourself a chance to learn about cooking with the essence of truffle. This is a more expensive product than many of the others listed here, but the price comes from the amount of truffle oil you receive when you make this purchase. You’ll enjoy six bottles of 17 ounces each of incredibly high-quality truffle oil made with an extra virgin olive oil base. The flavor that comes through from each of these bottles of oil is sure to surprise and delight you with a hint of pepperiness that goes along nicely with the traditional garlic aroma of white truffle oil.

Take note that this particular oil is made only from authentic white truffle pieces and not from any synthetic ingredients. With that said, however, the white truffles that are used in the making of this oil are a little bit lower quality than those you might find in other types of oils. You might not get the overwhelming taste of truffle that you’ve come to expect from oils that are modified with synthetic ingredients, but if it’s important to you to stay away from chemically enhanced truffle oil, this is a great option for you.

Perfect for: Chefs who want authentic truffle flavor with no chemicals

Assorted Truffle Oil

When you just can’t choose which type of truffle oil you want to buy, why not get a set and try a little of everything? With these products, you can find just what you’re looking for and maybe discover a new favorite, too. Pick up a box set that incorporates many different truffle products or choose one that includes several types of infused oil instead. Check out the listings below for more suggestions.

7. Maison Pebeyre Truffle Set

Maison Pebeyre Truffle Set by Maison Pebeyre

Are you having trouble deciding what you’re looking for most in your truffle oil? Do you want to try a lot of other delicious truffle products along with your favorite type of oil? Or are you just looking for the perfect gift box for someone who really loves the taste of truffle? No matter what your reason, this truffle set is a great option for you. It comes with a variety of different delicious truffle-based products for you to try, and each product comes in a size large enough to use again and again. You don’t have to worry about ending up with just a small taste of each one when you pick up this great box set.

Along with your set, you’ll receive a jar of truffle mayonnaise, a jar of truffle salt, a jar of truffle honey, and of course, a bottle each of black and white truffle oil. This is a great deal, especially since individual bottles of truffle oil can run as much as half that price in many instances! Take note that the truffle oils are made from synthetic flavors only, but the other products in this set include real truffle pieces.

Perfect for: Budget chefs who want to try a lot of flavors at once

8. Truffle Experience Set

Truffle Experience with White Truffle Oil, Black Truffle Oil, Truffle Olives, Truffle Salt, Truffle Honey, and Mushroom Spread Gourmet Food Gift Box

Do you prefer to try your truffle with a few different ingredients instead of those you can find in the previous listing? Are you looking for something a bit more unique to give as a gift? You can easily find the perfect solution to fit your needs when you buy the Truffle Experience Set of products. In this set, you’ll receive truffle sea salt, truffle salted green olives, truffle honey, and a mushroom and truffle spread along with your bottles of black and white truffle oil. The bottles of white and black truffle oil come in at just over 8 ounces each. You can sample these very high-quality products and use them again and again in your cooking at home.

Take note that the truffle oil in this box set is made from chemically synthesized flavors only. There is no real truffle in either of the oils present here. While you will find pieces of real truffles in the other products in this box set, it may not be the right option for you if you’re very insistent on your truffle oil being authentic. Remember, however, that authentic truffle oil costs much more than synthetic, so the use of synthetic truffle flavor is what can help keep the cost of this box set low.

Perfect for: Home chefs who want to try a lot of truffle products at once

9. Naturally Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil Dressings Variety Pack

Naturally Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil Dressings Variety Pack, 8.5 Ounces

If you’re the type of person who loves flavored olive oil and strives to use authentic products at all times, this set is perfect for you! You can enjoy eight bottles of 8 ounces each of a variety of different infused olive oil flavors. These flavors include garlic, basil, lemon, chili, rosemary, orange, and of course, black and white truffle. Each of these oils is made with real products left to spread their flavor throughout high-quality extra virgin olive oil imported directly from Italy. Each bottle even includes pieces of the flavor product still inside to prove the taste is authentic.

Try either the black or the white truffle oil that comes with this set for a burst of infused flavor you’ll want to enjoy again and again on all your favorite foods. With so many other flavors to choose from in the same set, you’ll have plenty of options if you want to mix and match your oils as well. Try pairing the white truffle oil with the garlic or lemon varieties, or pair the black truffle oil with basil, rosemary, or even orange for a unique blend of tastes and aromas in your next meal.

Perfect for: Infused olive oil enthusiasts

Tips and Tricks for Buying on Amazon

Buying anything on Amazon can be a little bit of a challenge, and it might feel overwhelming, especially if you’ve never done it before. However, you don’t have to worry about choosing the right truffle oil for your needs when you buy from Amazon and keep the following tips and tricks in mind. Even if you’ve never made an online food purchase before, you’ll be able to buy your favorite truffle oil selection with ease when you keep these points in mind.

    • You might not always have to pay for shipping. If you’re worried about incurring a high shipping cost when you order from Amazon instead of purchasing from a store in person, remember to narrow your search results to products that are “fulfilled by Amazon.” Since most truffle oils are a bit pricey to begin with, you won’t have to worry about qualifying! And don’t forget to check out Amazon Prime…
    • Look for star ratings and reviews. This is the best way to judge the quality of a product on Amazon. If you’re looking at a product that doesn’t have any stars or reviews yet, however, this doesn’t’ necessarily mean that it’s something bad. It might just mean that it hasn’t been on the market long enough for people to have purchased it and left a review yet. Remember, too, that if a product has one bad review amid a sea of good ones, this usually doesn’t mean that you have anything to worry about.
    • Don’t be afraid to look for reviews elsewhere. Although Amazon is one of the best and most trustworthy online marketplaces to do your shopping, you can always check out other sites if you’re looking for product reviews. This way, you can compare what customers have said across many platforms to help you find the right product to fit your needs. If you’re looking at a particular brand of truffle oil, check for blogs and other places where that brand might have been mentioned. You might find that it’s very highly recommended by other home chefs like yourself!
    • You can overnight your product if you’re worried about it. Sometimes, particularly if you order food products during the hot summer months or if you live in a hot climate, you might find that these items arrive at your home looking or tasting subpar because of their exposure to heat. If you’re very worried about ordering from Amazon and not receiving your product in time before it becomes damaged by weather, you can pay a little bit extra to have it shipped overnight. Although you’ll need to budget for this, it can make a big difference when it comes to buying online.
    • If a product doesn’t list its ingredients, think twice. Since truffle oil is a bit of a controversial cooking oil, some companies prefer not to list the ingredients in their oils in the hopes that they can charge higher prices to customers who don’t realize the oil might not be made with real truffle pieces. Since you’ll be buying online, it might be too much of a risk to buy an expensive oil without being able to see the ingredients first. However, most reputable companies will offer a picture or a list of their ingredients, which can help you make the right decision.
    • Remember to check for return policies. If you purchase from Amazon directly instead of from another seller on the marketplace, the return policies may differ. Bear in mind, however, that any seller should be more than willing to replace any bottles of truffle oil that might arrive broken after purchase.


Now that you know a little bit more about shopping for truffle oil, you can go online and find the perfect oil for you and your kitchen! Don’t forget about the tips outlined above to help you learn how to shop on Amazon as well as how to select the right products for you. Remember, too, to check other online sellers to be sure you’re getting the best possible price on the best truffle oil that fits within your budget. And don’t forget to budget a little extra for shipping when ordering online!

With all of this information, you should be more than ready to bring home a bottle or two of truffle oil to start cooking with right away. Pretty soon, you’re sure to fall in love with the intense flavor and aroma your food can enjoy when you incorporate this popular ingredient into your meals. Get ready to enjoy the taste of truffle in every bite with your new truffle oil!

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