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Hazelnut Paste w/ sugar (70% Hazelnuts)

FiskoBirlik 180g
Healthy alternative to peanut butter. Made with most famous Turkish Hazelnuts. Especially for active sportsmen, kids and adults who needs additional energy.
Availability: Out of stock
$9.99

INGREDIENTS:
Hazelnut (70%), Sugar, Natural Identical Vanilin Flavor.

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INGREDIENTS:
Hazelnut (70%), Sugar, Natural Identical Vanilin Flavor.

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