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Triangular Pastry Leaves (24pc)

Merve 400g.
No Additives and Preservatives.
Availability: In stock
$3.99

INGREDIENTS:
Wheat Flour, Water and Salt.

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INGREDIENTS:
Wheat Flour, Water and Salt.

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