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BAGDAT Sea Salt (Deniz Tuzu) 185g

Salt is one of the indispensable things that give flavor to our food. Salt, which makes even a small deficiency noticeable, is one of the spices that we all love in our meals and in some of the beverages. Now you will find healthy and high quality salt with the Bagdat Salt Mill.
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