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Large Cucumber Pickles

Tukas 3kg
Why are pickles healthy? Because pickling is the result of lactic acid fermentation which is caused by lactic acid bacterias found on the surface of fruits and vegetables. This lactic acid preserves the product along with it`s nutrients. It protects the vitamins and minerals that the product contains and prevents the development of sickness causing microorganisms.
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$12.99

INGREDIENTS:
Cornichons, water, salt, acidity regulator.

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INGREDIENTS:
Cornichons, water, salt, acidity regulator.

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