The oil industry has come under intense scrutiny over the last few months over allegations of adulteration.
But this year, the Consumer Reports survey found that consumers were choosing a different type of bottle for their oil.
Consumers are choosing more expensive bottles, and consumers are choosing higher-quality ones.
Consumers have been concerned about the quality of their oil for years.
In 2009, the industry issued a recall for oil that was too weak and had a taste that was not quite right.
Consumers also are concerned about other issues such as mold and bacteria that are a concern in oil.
In the latest Consumer Reports poll, consumers were asked to choose between three different types of oil.
The most popular choice was “a stainless steel container with a stainless steel seal.”
A “medium” bottle, which can be used for cooking, was the second most popular.
The “low-grade” bottle was the third most popular, and the “high-grade,” which can go into a dishwasher, was fourth most popular at 40 percent.
Consumers were also asked about whether they would buy a bottle with a seal, which is the type that has a small hole on the outside to allow oil to drain from the bottle.
The higher the quality, the more likely consumers were to buy it.
In fact, only 13 percent of respondents said they would actually buy the high-grade oil.
A survey of more than 9,000 consumers was conducted last month.
In that survey, consumers said they prefer to buy their oil in the plastic bottle that comes with a can or the plastic container that comes on the side of a container.
Consumers said they don’t think they should have to pay extra for the high quality bottle.
In addition to the plastic bottles, consumers also said they want to buy the highest-quality, pure oil.
Nearly one in five consumers said the bottle should be “a high-quality stainless steel oil that is pure enough for the purpose of cooking and cleaning.”
A small percentage said they’d rather buy the “medium-grade, pure” oil.
And another 12 percent said they wanted the high grade, which contains additives that can make it unsafe for a person with certain health conditions.
The survey also found that more than half of consumers said that the high temperature and time they used the oil should be measured in seconds, not minutes.
But most people, 53 percent, said that they would rather use the low-grade bottle.
A few percent said the low temperature and low time should be in minutes.
Consumers told Consumer Reports that they believe the high temperatures and high time should not be used when cooking oil because the high heat would increase the risk of contamination.
“We need to change our practices to help people with conditions like these,” said Dr. Scott Rau, a professor of nutrition at the University of Colorado, Denver, who conducted the survey.
Rau said that people who cook at home need to cook with care, and that the low heat should not cook the food at a high temperature for long periods of time.
“In a high-temperature environment, you’re not cooking for long,” Rau told CBS News.
“It’s a low temperature environment.
That’s not going to be a good environment for a long time.”
He also said that consumers should be more concerned about a high degree of salt in the oil.
“If you’re going to cook food, salt is important,” he said.
“Salt helps keep the oils in place.”
Consumer Reports did not ask respondents whether they’d buy the low or high-level oil.
However, the survey found about half of respondents did not use the same type of seal that they did in the 2009 recall.
The low-quality bottle is made with a plastic seal that is not exactly the same as the high grades.
Consumer Reports says that people often feel a disconnect between what the label says and what the oil does.
Ruc said that he wants to see more labels that say “quality” and “value.”