Sales of olive oil have risen substantially over the last five years, thanks to it's heart-healthy benefits. You can pay just a few dollars for a bottle to more than $100.
You probably have a bottle of olive oil in your pantry or on your counter right now. But what you paid for may not be exactly 'as advertised.'
Consumer Reports just tested nearly two dozen. Watch the report in the player above.
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