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This blog gets it wrong with the first line, “Apparently, even 70% of olive oil sold in US stores is fake, as they have been cut with cheaper.”
The blogger here doesn’t even quote the study correctly. Furthermore, it goes into no detail regarding the study, any information about the study, or why Bertolli olive oil is supposedly fake. It rounds off with a simple statement about the debunked fridge test we discussed earlier.
We have attempted to reach out to this blogger, but the only information about the author is this: