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Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Cold Pressed, Rich Flavor)

Saray 500ml
This first cold pressed, extra virgin olive oil is a real fruit juice with a yellow green color and recommended for use in salads, dipping, special dishes and marinades. All Natural 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Cholesterol Free Product. Produced in Turkey
Availability: In stock
$7.99

NUTRITION FACTS:
for Serving Size 15ml: Calories: 120 Total Fat: 14gr Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Total Carbohydrate: 0gr Protein: 0gr

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NUTRITION FACTS:
for Serving Size 15ml: Calories: 120 Total Fat: 14gr Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 0mg Total Carbohydrate: 0gr Protein: 0gr

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