When we go to the grocery store and buy olive oil, we expect it to be...well, oil made from olives. Honey? Same thing there, why would it be anything but honey? But a new report is suggesting that food fraud may be more prevalent than we realize.

In a report on Good Morning America, popular food products such as olive oil, pomegranate juice, and lemon juice are being diluted by cheaper ingredients that aren't identified on the label.

When you buy tea bags, you expect it to be tea leaves, right? Not grass clippings and fern leaves.

Click here for the whole story and tell us in the comments section - have you ever come across a food product that didn't seem to be what it claimed to be?