Filippo Berio Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray 200ml Only £1 instore @ Poundland
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Filippo Berio Extra Virgin Olive Oil Spray 200ml Only £1 instore @ Poundland

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Saw this yesterday and thought it was a brilliant price at only a pound! Seen in Poundland Northampton but would imagine it will be national. Doesn't seem to be online, so check your local store.

100% olive oil spray.

ALL PURE. ALL NATURAL. SINCE 1867. 100% Olive Oil. No Additives. All Natural. No Cholesterol. Superior Category Olive Oil obtained directly from olives and solely by mechanical means. Enjoy the rich taste and health benefits of Filippo Berio Extra Virgin Olive Oil now in a convenient pump spray. Economical to use you can accurately control the amount of oil applied to your food. Perfect fro dressing salads, adding flavour to steamed vegetables, grilled meats, chicken and fish. Ideal for oven roasted vegetables, potatoes and to prevent cooked pasta sticking.
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Good find thank you
Once you open the bottle is it still classed as virgin olive oil?oO
urbanbushwacker

Once you open the bottle is it still classed as virgin olive oil?oO



Surely not?

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good find op, heat added
Bought a spray olive oil (not this one though) but when used to fry did not like the taste,so popped top off and emptied and filled with vegetable oil,more to are taste?
morrig

Bought a spray olive oil (not this one though) but when used to fry did … Bought a spray olive oil (not this one though) but when used to fry did not like the taste,so popped top off and emptied and filled with vegetable oil,more to are taste?



​I am the same, I actually use Fry Light for cooking as I do Slimming World. This is better for pastas and salads etc.
foxykelli

I am the same, I actually use Fry Light for cooking as I do Slimming … I am the same, I actually use Fry Light for cooking as I do Slimming World. This is better for pastas and salads etc.



Just thought I'd say, you shouldn't use extra virgin for cooking anyways, its smoking point is far too low. And costs too much.
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